Third 'Tour' for Klensch
- HAIR CARE. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily;9/16/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 57, p7
Reports on the change in the hairstyle of CNN television journalist Elsa Klensch during a trip to Australia.
- Oregon station really wants feedback. Shaw, Russell // Electronic Media;10/25/99, Vol. 18 Issue 43, p21
Focuses on Portland, Oregon-based television station KATU-TV's practice of flashing onscreen the electronic mail addresses of its television anchors and reporters. Move as part of the station's efforts to obtain feedback from its viewers.
- Insider reporters. // Quill;Nov/Dec94, Vol. 82 Issue 9, p13
Reports that KIRO-TV station in Seattle, Wash. has tapped insiders to contribute news beats to try to distinguish its newscasts. New journalists' lack of television experience; Former Boeing Co. employee Andy Wappler as weather forecaster; Dean Katz as political reporter.
- Court rulings may weaken media protections. Viles, Peter // Broadcasting & Cable;12/13/93, Vol. 123 Issue 50, p38
Focuses on state-court rulings that may weaken media protections for broadcast journalists. Georgia Supreme Court's ruling on media outlets that name rape victims; New York Court of Appeals' refusal of protection for reporters from being questioned about reporting done in another state;...
- Capital dog and pony show: The poetry of our times? Grier, David Alan // Christian Science Monitor;6/15/98, Vol. 90 Issue 139, p11
Commends the stand-ups, or television reporters who appear outside government buildings to tell the story of the day's news. The challenges that stand-ups face; What makes a good stand-up; Why stand-ups may at some point be seen as the street poets of our generation.
- It's hard to tell these days when the soap operas end and the news begins. Campbell, Joe // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;8/19/96, Vol. 23 Issue 36, p38
Opinion. Relates the author's impression of the news in 1996 compared to when he was a newscaster in the 1950s. How newscasters at the time he did it were more deadpan; How today's newscasters integrate personality and emotion into their newscasts; His assertion that it has something to do...
- Veiled threat to anchor wannabes. Wang, Peter // Variety;1/17/94, Vol. 353 Issue 11, p102
Reports on Egypt's Ministry of Information's advertisement for female television news announcers. Problem of applicants wearing Islamic veil; Ministry's unwritten rule against the veil; Attempt by Islamic fundamentalists to infiltrate Egypt's TV arena; Embarrassment for the ministry.
- Money talks. Gilling, Tom // Bulletin with Newsweek;01/21/97, Vol. 116 Issue 6055, p67
Looks at television newscasters in early 1997. The questioning of the skills of newscasters due to their actions and attitudes; Examples of salaries paid; The criticism of news reported by some reporters; The embarrassment caused by some newcasters to their stations; Examples of actions by...
- My life in tabloid TV. Marchiano, Sam // Cosmopolitan;Feb1994, Vol. 216 Issue 2, p74
Presents a narrative on the author's life in tabloid television. `Inside Edition' program; Experiences as a young journalist; Assignments; Becoming the center of attention in social situations; Ambush interviews; Finding people for stories; Sense of exhilaration and queasiness.