The Business of TV News An Inside Look

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The Story
Follow two stories from assignment to air showing the contrast between the rookie and the veteran - First year reporter Robert Hughes (KWST, Yuma, AZ) and KGTV San Diego's Sal…
Bosses
Meet the Bosses - Bill Lord, WJLA Washington DC, Steve Cohen, News Director KUSI San Diego, Christine Miceli Exec Producer-KTLA Los Angeles, John Coleman Weatherman KUSI San Diego (55 years…
Making It - Rookie And Veteran
With Frank Buckley KTLA Los Angeles Anchor and Cambi Brown first year reporter KWST, Yuma AZ. Move away from home to a small market station being paid little to nothing,…
Covering Big Story
Kevin Reece Reporter KHOU CBS Houston Texas is interviewed on location at the site of Hurricane Ike. It could be an earthquake, a tornado, a plane crash or possibly a…
Contract
The all important contract with famed broadcast attorney Bob Teaf and Small Market News Director Shannon Maze KWST Yuma, AZ. After years of education, internships and sending out hundreds of…
Legend Tells His Story
Stan Chambers - KTLA - 61 year news reporter veteran. Believe it or not there was a time when TV News had no established formats, no set rules on how…
Sports Broadcasting
Sports broadcasting revealed with KUSI's Sports Director Paul Rudy. The TV newscast can be nothing but crime, fires and robberies until we get to the fun and opinionated portion of…
Editing TV News
Editing TV News - Joshua Sheehan Chief Editor, XETV San Diego, Austin Hill 2nd year news editor, XETV, and Andy Neil, former Chief Editor XETV, now Hollywood Editor. The smiling…

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