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Broadcast Bits: Episode 5

  Tremendous economic power is being consolidated as broadcast corporations continue to merge with one another.  New age media economics can be characterized by a small number of local television news station operators owning hundreds of local news stations across the country. University of Delaware Professor Dr. Danilo Yanich says …

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Broadcast Bits: Episode 4

The structure of a local television news has not changed much for decades. However, there is tremendous change and experimentation happening within a television station’s digital footprint. Two innovative journalists discuss web-centric initiatives they lead in this Broadcast Bits: Episode 4 podcast.

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Broadcast Bits: Episode 2

Social media is an emerging platform that allows journalists to interact and converse with news consumers all over the world.  It has been a vital news gathering tool in Texas in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.  Flood victims have connected with journalists and authorities as they attempt to escape rising …

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True Stories of Florida Game Wardens With Author, Veteran Florida Wildlife Officer, Bob H. Lee

To gather these stories about the excitement, dangers, and disasters that game wardens face every day on the job, veteran Florida wildlife officer Bob H. Lee “spent three years interviewing working and retired officers from one end of Florida to the other from Live Oak … to the Everglades, to the big cattle ranches west of Lake Okeechobee, Big Pine Island, Lake Apopka, Kissimmee River marsh, and many other locations in this state.”

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Broadcast Bits: Episode 1

The Independent News Network broadcasts local news across the country. Managing partner Jeff Lyle discusses the economic advantages as local news delivery changes in Broadcast Bits episode 1.

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