Monthly Archives: September 2022

Free session on creating newsrooms with high retention

Your WBA is offering a free webinar session with Kevin Benz titled “Creating a Station Environment No One Wants to Leave.” The best way to recruit the best talent is to create a newsroom no one wants to leave. Retention is the core of good recruiting and it takes a ... - MORE -

Judy Woodruff coming to Madison

From middlewick on Morguefile TEMPO Madison is hosting Judy Woodruff, anchor and managing editor of PBS NewsHour, as the keynote speaker for the organization’s 40th Anniversary Gala on Oct. 8. The Gala will be held at the Monona Terrace Community and Convention Center. “I am thrilled to be taking part in this 40th Anniversary... - MORE -

Get better at stretching time

From GaborfromHungary on Morguefile If you’ve been on the air you’ve no doubt been in a situation where you need to fill time because the next element in the show isn’t ready to go. But are you good at it? RTDNA published an article this week aimed at helping you get better at it.... - MORE -

Nominations open for Young Professional of the Year

Nominations are open for a WBA award to recognize the young professionals forging new paths in broadcasting. The WBA Young Professional of the Year Award seeks to recognize young broadcasters who have made a significant impact on their stations and communities. Nominees must be under the age of 40 at... - MORE -

Column: Outsiders can’t block records access

Christa Westerberg Wisconsin’s open records law is most often used by requesters seeking to obtain records from a government agency. But occasionally it works in reverse, allowing someone to block the release of records to a requester. The Wisconsin Supreme Court has recently affirmed important limits on such efforts. Ironically, it was... - MORE -