A day in the life…

 Of Louise Harrison, older sister of the late George Harrison.I had the pleasure of interviewing Louise this past Labor Day at her studio on Branson, Mo., where she tours with the Beatles cover band “The Liverpool Legends.”

The spot is set to air on ITV British television in the near future. What an interesting and full life this 86 year old has lived. It was a pleasure meeting and interviewing her.

Analog To Digital: Save Those Memories.

Dear Broadcasters:

Have a collection/archive of aging reel to reels, carts, cassettes, or records that you want to preserve in the digital age?

I have the resources and the time to help you convert those analog gems into any digital audio format you wish (aiff, mp3, mp4, wav, etc). I have a vintage Crown 800 reel to reel which can play 7-1/2 and 3-3/4 reels beautifully, plus TEAC and Techniques cassette machines and CD burner.

I can put the files on CD, DVD, or an external or thumb drive.

My rates are reasonable–$20.00/reel in most cases, and yes, I have splicing equipment in case a repair is in order. As a former broadcaster, I know the value of precious memories, award winning material, or just the bloopers that made the job with doing every day.

Visit my website jimdoblin.com and we’ll hash out the details.

Video tape conversion also available.


Jim Doblin
785-845-6158

Jim Doblin

Jim Doblin has more than 30 years in the broadcast journalism profession, including television and radio reporting, anchoring, producing, editing, and a wide spectrum of internet services.


Based in the Kansas City area, I serve clients worldwide. I do it all, and rarely if ever disappoint. I work with many of the top cameramen, sound techs and talent in the country, and have been a mentor to many during my career.

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Kansas State University Students Sue Over Alleged Sexual Assault

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The two women suing Kansas State University after claiming the school ignored their allegations of being sexually assaulted are breaking their silence.

Sara Weckhorst and Tessa Farmer told ABC News in an exclusive interview that they went public with their names because they feel they’ve done nothing wrong.

“If this is what we have to do to make sure that this doesn’t happen to a single, one more person, if this is what it takes — then that is what we have to do,” Weckhorst told ABC News.wp-1461617909006.jpg

The women, both 21, filed separate suits against the school after they said university officials refused to investigate their reports of rape by fellow students ostensibly because the incidents had occurred off-campus.

Jim Doblin Field Produced