Jim Doblin has more than 40 years in the broadcast journalism industry 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 and work with many of the top cameramen, sound techs, editors, and talent in the country. Contact me
Listen>>>Side 6 for your pleasure..Taj, Elvin, and More! Rerecorded with a 1962 Sherwood s-8-0000 iv, a so so turntable.. and, of course, a computer. But the phono pre-amp section of this Sherwood is still excellent and the tube output yields a much warmer sound.
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
I’m pleased to be a collaborator on this outstanding, informative, and entertaining website by one of my dearest colleagues in the broadcasting business. Take some time to peruse radiodanakc.com and read and listen to incisive and uplifting stories including podcasts and YouTube content from one of Kansas City’s best voices today. And believe me, I’ve
I recently revisited some old haunting grounds and compared two of my favorite hot dog joints in Jersey. Now there are at least two or three more in the north Jersey area, but due to time constraints, I choose these two iconic places first. There will be other visists, rest assured. I compliment my photographer
Awards and accolades from years gone by…
Some of the shows I shot, produced and edited highlighting the cotton industry in Kansas, believe it or not.
Produced it, shot it, edited it(except for the fine work of Willis Scott at KSNT).
Sometimes, the real value of a broadcast news producer is the ability to bring all of the compelling elements of a story together in a deadline-driven, highly competitive environment and to insure all of the other team members are on the same page; that they share the ultimate vision of what that story should be.
It’s all in the staging…hours of setup for a :30 shot on CBS’s NCAA “Selection Sunday” show. We moved the set from what could have been a disastrous atrium back-filled with sun streaming through huge windows to the new Ice Family Practice Center courts with lots of K-State props!