I have boxes and boxes of 3/4″ videotapes in my garage. Mementos from my days as a TV Newsboy. What I don’t seem to have a lot of is time to go through them. Well, last night I found a few spare minutes and came up with an old demo tape from 1985. I know [...]
Entries Tagged as 'career'
October 14th, 2010 · No Comments
May 5th, 2010 · No Comments
Jay Michael, host of Conundrums, invited me to be a guest on his show to talk about some of my projects and here is the result. check out http://conundrumstv.blogspot.com
September 30th, 2009 · No Comments
We used to call them one man bands. A reporter, cameraman and audio tech all rolled into one. In these tight economic times more and more stations are resorting to this format. WUSA in Washington DC is one of them. Deborah Lynn Green interned at the station and put together a report explaining how it [...]
September 11th, 2009 · No Comments
As many of you may know I used to work as a television news anchor and reporter for WYOU-TV22 the CBS affiliate in Scranton, PA. Unfortunately that station’s management disbanded the news department several months ago. They had virtually killed it off long before the final blow, but that is another story.
Over the summer I [...]
June 5th, 2009 · No Comments
Way back in the stone age when I started in TV news we used huge cameras. Notice I said Cameras and not camcorders, that’s because the camera was tethered to a huge Video Tape Recorder, or VTR or “Deck” by a camera control cable. That cable transmitted not only the video information to the Deck [...]