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.
Producing Story In Kansas City, Missouri. http://www.cbsnews.com/videos/feds-introduce-new-rules-for-payday-loans/
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
Fortunately no one killed..31 injured. NTSB here..although one of the passengers said it was “Obama’s fault!” Storyline: NBC Nightly News I field produced and shot interviews and some train and passenger footage, before the wind picked up.
This is my small part in a much larger investigation into illegal, often out-dated and frequently phony prescription drugs sold from stores across the country that claim to be affiliated with Canadian Pharmacies, usually under the name “Canada Drugs.” They offer somewhat cheaper medication prices, but at what cost to the consumer:? That’s in part
Covering the World Series in Kansas City with ABC producer and colleague Jim Votjech. View from the press box game 2.
First same sex couple to get a marriage license under the Kim Davis”compromise.”
Waiting for the deputy clerk to issue the first same-sex marriage license since Rowan County Clerk Kim Davis said she wouldn’t stand in the way of the office issuing licenses…apparently avoiding another stint in jail.
Jim Doblin, NBC, MSNBC, Kim Davis