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  • Christopher Nelson 9:43 am on May 19, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: broadcast, , , , , media markets, news, partnerships, shared content, stations, T.V., video   

    How The T.V. Game Is Changing 

    A Growing Number of T.V. Stations Will Share Video

    A Growing Number of T.V. Stations Will Share Video

    There’s a lot of talk about the changes being experienced by those in the newspaper and magazine industries.Still there are also changes on the broadcast side such as in T.V. and radio. Broadcasting & Cable reports on a deal by a group of Atlanta stations who will share video by creating a group of pool photographers. With shared content in some of the biggest media markets in the country, how will the stations remain distinctive and offer unique newscast and content across their platforms? Will it destroy chances for the next generation of videographers to get their foot in the door by shrinking the number of jobs?

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  • Christopher Nelson 11:27 am on May 13, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: , , , new media entrepreneur, The Stimulist,   

    MSNBCer Carlos Watson Launches Website 

    MSNBC anchor Carlos Watson has launched a new website.

    Watson tweeted, “Just launched a dynamic news & information site aimed at what I call the change generation.”

    MSNBC's Carlos Watson

    MSNBC's Carlos Watson

    Prior to joining MSNBC in late March, Watson whose also a “social entrepreneur” and lawyer, hosted a prime time interview series for Hearst-Argyle television stations and CNBC. He was also a political analyst for CNN.

    Watson’s new website is The Stimulist.

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  • Christopher Nelson 5:13 pm on May 12, 2009 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 'NewsHour', Gwen Ifill, television news   

    PBS’s ‘NewsHour’ Making Changes 

    PBS’s  flagship news show ‘NewsHour’ is getting a makeover this fall.

    The changes are getting younger viewers to watch the show.

    Another major change involves longtime political journalist, and author Gwen Ifill will be an occassional co-anchor alongside the show’s senior anchor Jim Lehrer.

    Check out more on the changes here http://tinyurl.com/on95d6.

    Ifill is also the author of  “The Breakthrough: Politics and Race in the Age of Obama.”

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