Monthly Archives: August 2019

TV newsrooms shifting to digital first

Morguefile license More TV newsrooms are publishing their stories online and no longer waiting until after they air on TV as part of a shift to putting digital first. Writing for RTDNA, Ben Bogardus, Quinnipiac University Assistant Professor of Journalism said trends in TV viewership are prompting the trend. “With no... - MORE -

Making the most out of writing for radio

Writing for radio is it’s own unique challenge. Without images, it can be challenging, but also liberating. If you write for radio you’ll want to check out this interview with Murrow award-winning radio reporter Brian Bull, from KLCC in Eugene, Oregon. There’s a lot of great advice in this interview,... - MORE -

Suit filed against Gov. Evers regarding reporter access

Gov. Tony Evers Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers is facing a federal lawsuit from the conservative MacIver Institute accusing Evers of accusing Evers of violating the First and 14th Amendments by declining to provide the outlet with the guv’s media advisories, according to WisPolitics. The group said Evers also barred its reporters from a... - MORE -