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Sam’s Club New Club Pick-Up Service

Assigned to travel to Austin, TX is always fun for me since it’s an easy drive and an entertaining city. This particular shoot was at a local SAMS Club covering their use of a new digital tool, the Club Pick-Up service.   Basically, you do all your shopping online then go to the store and […]

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Chicago Video Crew Joins Charleston DP in Kentucky for Fox Sports

On a cold day in February I was assigned to head down to Lexington, Kentucky to shoot a feature with Charleston’s cameraman, Dave Baker, for Fox Sports. We would be interviewing one of the Kentucky basketball’s star players along with his dad then shoot some B-Roll of the two playing some 1-on-1. I jumped in my Suburban and […]

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Today’s Instagram from BeFrank

Fellow journalists at the State of the City Address.

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How to boost audience engagement

Two things we know about social media. Sharing news is easy. Engaging the audience is hard. So why bother? Engagement is key to building an audience for the journalism you work so hard to produce. Here are three tips for boosting engagement that we shared at the Broadcast Education Association conference in Las Vegas this week. …

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Dallas Crew Spends the Day at Walmart in Oklahoma City

 A quick drive North up Interstate 35 put my audio guy and I across the Texas-Oklahoma border while on the way to Oklahoma City. We were told this was going to be an easy in-and-out shoot at the local Walmart Neighborhood Market. The mission was to get in to shoot interviews and broll with associates and customers […]

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Just a Quick Trip (Testing)

I’m not exactly a high roller. If you should only gamble what you can afford to lose, then I’m never going to be a gambler because I sure as heck can’t afford to lose any money.  Still, the sights and sounds and smells (eww) of Las Vegas are…

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Today’s Instagram from BeFrank

Coming along nicely. I remember the “Big Pour”.

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