What Viewers Want From Anchors
How To Re-Invent The News Anchor
How To Run A Great Assignment Desk
Gaining Trust In TV News
Six Great Writing Tips
Here’s a stocking stuffer of simple yet important writing tips for TV, Radio & the web.
These tips come from Poynter and the wonderful Al Tompkins
- Focus your story by summarizing in three words. Use one theme per story, one thought per sentence. Select, don’t compress,
Top Tips For Investigative Television Interviews
These eight tips come from a producer at 60 minutes. Hopefully the eight suggestions shared here will make your interviews stronger and more effective. Be Prepared!
Getting TV News Training When The Company Won’t Pay For it
News Veteran Hank Price offers up five things you can do to gets training, courtesy of Newslab. I’ll throw in a sixth, the INBA fall conference at the end of this month.
Important Items For Your Multi-Media Field Kit
This week’s tip of the week provides some great suggestions for accessories in mobile journalism gear. It comes from the National Association of Black Journalists’ conference via the International Journalists’ Network.
Something Your Weather Department Could Do Related To Climate Change
Our Tip Of The Week, is more of a thinking ahead piece.
An op/ed in USA Today says newspaper weather reports could include a daily carbon dioxide report. TV could incorporate that quite easily.