Citations with the tag: TELEVISION journalists
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- 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.
Shaw, Russell // 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.
- A Day in the Life.
Priluck, Jill // Columbia Journalism Review; Jan/Feb94, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p25
Describes a day in New York 1 News cable television network routine. News coverage assignments; Schedule of persons to interview; Anchor persons' assignments.
- A New Breed of Celebrity.
Saltzman, Joe // USA Today Magazine; Jul89, Vol. 118 Issue 2530, p67
Points out that television in the U.S. has created a new kind of celebrity, one who attains fame simply because he or she associates with the rich and famous. Talk show hosts as one example; Observation that it can be troublesome if this celebrity-by-association is a television journalist;...
- Viewer Dissatisfaction Understates the Anger at Local TV News.
Seamans, Ike // Nieman Reports; Fall2001, Vol. 55 Issue 3, p97
Deals with the dissatisfaction of viewers with local television (TV) news in the United States. Why viewers dislike TV journalists; Criticism about how local TV does its job; Factor lacking in TV news.
Seamans, Ike // New Yorker; 4/24/1965, Vol. 41 Issue 10, p162
An excerpt from an article on a television newscaster published in an issue of the "Philadelphia Inquirer" newspaper in 1965 is presented.
- Sticky Storytelling.
Krulwich, Robert // Nieman Reports; Fall2000, Vol. 54 Issue 3, p34
Talks about telling stories on television (TV). Sad truth about news on network TV; What every good television reporter should know about his job.
- POPULAR ANCHOR DIES.
Krulwich, Robert // Russian Life; May/Jun2001, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p8
Reports the death of Vladimir Voroshilov, author and moderator of the television program, 'What? Where?When?' in Russia. Effect of Voroshilov's death on the players of the game show; Inspiration of the game on people.
- THE LOOK BOOK.
Larocca, Amy // New York; 8/1/2005, Vol. 38 Issue 27, p54
Presents an interview with Sofia Hedstrom regarding her as Swedish television reporter based in New York City. Citations of the topics she likes to cover; Description of her style of wearing clothes as compared to most American reporters; Preconception of New Yorkers on Swedish girls.
- TV journalists and the case of the missing minicams.
Coe, Steve // Broadcasting & Cable; 11/28/94, Vol. 124 Issue 48, p30
Reports that news cameras have become attractive target for thieves. Reselling of the stolen cameras for use in the pornography business; Methods of thieves in stealing cameras from their operators.
- Rothfeder disputes resume charges.
Petrozzello, Donna // Broadcasting & Cable; 07/20/98, Vol. 128 Issue 30, p15
No abstract available.
- Arnett out at CNN.
Hall, Lee // Electronic Media; 04/26/99, Vol. 18 Issue 17, p4
Reports on television journalist Peter Arnett's resignation from cable television network CNN. Career background; Reasons for leaving the network.
- NBC: Must-see news.
Hall, Lee // Broadcasting & Cable; 09/27/99, Vol. 129 Issue 40, p38
Reports on the `Broadcasting and Cable' magazine's survey of television news directors regarding television broadcasting of news in the United States. NBC as the strongest news organization; Peter Jennings as the best national news anchor.
- Broadcasting & Cable news directors survey.
Hall, Lee // Broadcasting & Cable; 09/27/99, Vol. 129 Issue 40, p38
Presents the results of the `Broadcasting and Cable' magazine's survey of television news directors' opinions regarding television broadcasting of news in the United States. Includes strongest news organizations; National news anchors; Frequency of using materials from network news.
- STATION BREAK.
Trigoboff, Dan // Broadcasting & Cable; 7/21/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 29, p14
Presents news briefs related to executives from television broadcasting and television stations as of July 21, 2003. Television station joined by weather news reader Bill Murray; Anchor who has sued her television station. INSET: A Long Way From Punxsutawney, Pa..
- Shrinking appetite for serious news.
Campbell, Kim // Christian Science Monitor; 12/7/2000, Vol. 93 Issue 10, p16
Discusses partnerships between television networks and news agencies, in light of the collaboration of the Public Broadcasting System and the American Broadcasting Company on the series 'The Clinton Years.'
- GREGO JOINS TVWEEK.
Campbell, Kim // Television Week; 4/14/2003, Vol. 22 Issue 15, p3
Announces the appointment of Melissa Grego as news editor of the television program 'Television Week.' Reason for hiring Grego; Information on Grego's career.
- Alabama CBS affiliate tries spartan newscast.
Lafayette, Jon // Electronic Media; 02/09/98, Vol. 17 Issue 7, p49
Reports that CBS Incorporated affiliate in Birmingham, Alabama release its WBMG-TV nontraditional newscast and call letters with display of fireworks for its viewers. How the newscast debuted; Comments from General Manager, Eric Land; What WBMG-TV renamed to; Indication that the station was...
- At the Today studio, faxes pour in from Mr Hoon and Mr Bradshaw. Mr Bradshaw's are very long, and nothing to do with fish; Mr Hoon's are mostly shorter and about 'process'
Mars, Kevin // New Statesman; 7/14/2003, Vol. 132 Issue 4646, p9
Offers news briefs related to political culture in Great Britain. Verdict by the Commons foreign affairs select committee that television journalists exaggerated the threat of Iraq's weapons of mass destruction capabilities; Appraisals at the British Broadcasting Corporation; Others.
- Bryan Shiffer is new news director at KUTV television.
Mars, Kevin // Enterprise/Salt Lake City; 05/15/2000, Vol. 29 Issue 46, p22
Reports on the appointment of Bryan Shiffer as news director of Salt Lake City, Utah-based television station KUTV.
- The money honey.
Senior, Jennifer // New York; 11/10/97, Vol. 30 Issue 45, p36
Looks at Maria Bartiromo, the television floor reporter on the New York Stock Exchange for the CNBC cable television network. The potent combination of her sultry good looks and the strength of the stock market; Why she is called the money honey; Her comments; Her work for CNBC.
- In the wee small hours.
Wang, Karissa S. // Electronic Media; 10/25/99, Vol. 18 Issue 43, p22
Focuses on developments related to television broadcasting of news in the United States as of October 25, 1999. Increase in demand for local news; Increase in importance of early morning news programming; Television reporters' willingness to work during the late night and early morning shifts.
- My Special Hell Week.
Jessell, Harry A. // Broadcasting & Cable; 9/22/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 38, p33
Presents an article on the events in the U.S. television broadcasting industry. Celebration of the four thousand episode of the "Wheel of Fortune" television program; Decision to attend the annual dinner of the Broadcaster's Foundation; Attendance at the fundraising luncheon of the Library of...
- Tips for TV interviews.
Jessell, Harry A. // Building Blocks for Tobacco Control: A Handbook; 1/1/2004, p142
A section of the book "Building Block for Tobacco Control: A Handbook" is presented. It provides tips for a spokesperson when doing television interviews. It is important for the spokesperson to ask the reporter ahead of time about the material to be covered in the interview. The spokesperson...
- Hartford Station News Staffers Stage 'Black-Out'.
Eggerton, John // Broadcasting & Cable; 11/10/2003, Vol. 133 Issue 45, p11
Reports on the non-verbal protest staged by the television anchors and reporters of WFSB-TV in Hartford, Connecticut on November 6, 2003. Reason behind the move; Primary objective of the protest; Views of the management on the protest.
- WAND Gets Personal With Editorials.
Malone, Michael // Broadcasting & Cable; 5/17/2010, Vol. 140 Issue 20, p16
The article reports on the broadcasting by WAND television stations of general manager editorials in the U.S.
- Where Are They Now?
Malone, Michael // Place to Be: Washington, CBS & the Glory Days of Television News; 2008, p379
A list of television news reporters and anchors at the CBS News division of CBS Broadcasting Inc. and their career is presented, which include Martin Agronsky, David Dick, and Bill Headline.
- The Minneapolis NBC Station's Close, Comfortable Shave.
Grossman, Ben // Broadcasting & Cable; 7/16/2012, Vol. 142 Issue 28, p34
The article offers the author's insights on KARE sports director Randy Shaver's promotion as news anchor chair in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. The author talks about how Shaver has helped him with his career as a journalist. He also expresses his support in Shaver's shift as news anchor and...
- Sinful & Suggestive?
Grossman, Ben // Time; 12/29/1952, Vol. 60 Issue 26, p58
The article reports that a U.S. Congressional subcommittee has concluded that the television broadcasting industry is able to police itself, despite criticisms from several people. Led by its chairman Oren Harris, the committee pointed that although TV is guilty of offensive and objectionable...
- Hockenberry's on a roll--to TV.
DelRio, Angel // MediaWeek; 8/05/96, Vol. 6 Issue 31, p32
Reports on John Hockenberry's hosting of the television program `Edgewise.' Topics covered by the program.
- Michelle Miller.
DelRio, Angel // New Orleans Magazine; Mar99, Vol. 33 Issue 6, p9
Presents an interview with WWL-TV/Channel 4 anchorwoman Michelle Miller. Personality traits; Miller's favorite topic to cover; Reaction to criticism of the media; Work preferences; Opinions about New Orleans and the way of life; Information on her engagement.
- Stone Phillips.
Corsello, Andrew // GQ: Gentlemen's Quarterly; Nov99, Vol. 69 Issue 11, p440
Features news anchor Stone Phillips, who has been chosen by `GQ' magazine as 1999 Man of the Year for television news. Similarities between Phillips and news anchor Walter Cronkite; Phillips' credibility as a journalist.
- KTVI holds viewers in 10 p.m. second half, other stations lose.
Frohlichstein, Tripp // St. Louis Journalism Review; Apr99, Vol. 29 Issue 215, p7
Comments on various developments in television broadcasting in Missouri as of April 1999. Includes the popularity of television channels KSDK, KMOV, KTVI and KDNL; Trial of Channel 5 reporter Mike Owens for misdemeanors; Praise for the March 14, 1996 newscast of Channel 2.
- Laure Quinlivan has a few questions.
Fagone, Jason // Cincinnati; Sep2002, Vol. 35 Issue 12, p64
Profiles television news reporter Laure Quinlivan in Cincinnati, Ohio. Career and educational background; Scheme of Quinlivan in investigative reporting; Impetus to the passion of Quinlivan on reporting.
- Murray Walker retires and he's leaving the F1 broadcasting booth.
Bulgin, Russell // AutoWeek; 10/8/2001, Vol. 51 Issue 42, p49
Reports on the retirement of Murray Walker, the F1 television commentator in Great Britain. Basis for the popularity of Walker; Existence of the Australian Murray Walker fan club; History of Walker's career in describing F1 races.
- A RAPE VICTIM STRIKES BACK.
CRAVEN, CAROLYN // Ebony; Sep1978, Vol. 33 Issue 11, p154
A personal narrative is presented which explores the author's experience as a television reporter who was raped and got help from the Bay Area Women Against Rape.
- Kidnappers free Russian reporters.
A.P. // Editor & Publisher; 03/15/97, Vol. 130 Issue 11, p13
Reports on the release of two Russian television reporters who were kidnapped by rebels in Chechnya, Russia.
- TIMING IS EVERYTHING.
A.P. // WWD: Women's Wear Daily; 9/16/2003, Vol. 168 Issue 57, p7
Focuses on the late arrival of television journalists at the Betsey Johnson and DKNY fashions shows in New York City.
- GOTEBORG TAPS AHLUND.
Jensen, Jorn Rossing // Daily Variety; 5/6/2002, Vol. 275 Issue 47, p14
Reports the replacement of Gunnar Bergdahl by film journalist Jannike Ahlund as director of the Goteborg Film Festival in Sweden.
- ink & air.
Jensen, Jorn Rossing // Public Relations Tactics; Aug2003, Vol. 10 Issue 8, p4
Presents tips in providing television commentaries by Wayne Slater, bureau chief for 'The Dallas Morning News.' Need to speak with authority; Awareness about the entertaining aspect of television broadcast.
- Analysis of state's primary concludes Channel 9 has replaced Union Leader.
Jensen, Jorn Rossing // New Hampshire Business Review; 8/4/95, Vol. 17 Issue 16, p10
Opinion. Comments on New Hampshire television journalist Carl Cameron. Reputation; Journalistic concepts; Political views.
- So Peter, Did You Really Expect Flowers?
Hollon, John // San Diego Business Journal; 4/7/2003, Vol. 24 Issue 14, p42
No abstract available.
- Kidnapped news teams spark rift.
Hollon, John // Electronic Media; 08/25/97, Vol. 16 Issue 35, p35
Reports on the controversy over the detention of two Russian television news teams by Belarus officials during the week of August, 18, 1997. Effects of this on a Union Treaty that links the Russian Federation with Belarus; Comments made by Belarussian President Alexander Lukashenko.
- Above AND Beyond.
Hanson, Torbjorn // Boys' Life; Mar2001, Vol. 91 Issue 3, p43
Offers a look at the work of Warren Petrie, a television journalist who pilots a helicopter to get news.