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Today’s Instagram from BeFrank

Murder suspect stand-off near Korea Town. I’ve been standing here for a couple hours already and I have no idea how long I’ll have to be here.

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Behind the scenes in TV news

Producers, assignment managers, directors–viewers don’t see what they do but TV news couldn’t exist without them. San Francisco station KRON has decided to share The Backstory in a six-part series, taking viewers behind the scenes. “There is something naturally compelling about a newsroom and what it takes to gather news every day,” says general manager Ashley …

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Today’s Instagram from BeFrank

Behind the scenes in the CBS2/KCAL9 Newsroom. Hey, Paul! #paulmagers

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Atlanta Crew covers the NBA Playoffs

Hawks finished the regular season and went straight to the playoffs.  You know I was there first game of the first round covering ENG for TNT. It’s been a ride and so far the Hawks are doing well (which means more local days for Jeff!).  We’ve been shooting a ton of green screen for 1 […]

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Today’s Instagram from BeFrank

Palm Trees and the warm glow of the setting sun. Standing in front of the LAPD 77th Division Station in South Los Angeles. Thinking about the history in the area and some of the stories I’ve covered here.

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Today’s Instagram from BeFrank

A part of me wants to make some jokes, but mostly I just wanted to share that I bumped into one of the guys that used to work in the City of Hawthorne’s CATV Department. I almost didn’t recognize him in the suit and tie.

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What mobile journalism should be and why it isn’t

“We’re doing mobile journalism wrong.” Judd Slivka teaches mobile journalism at the University of Missouri and says he’s tested more than 700 apps in the process. So, why is this mobile evangelist down on mobile news gathering as it’s done today? “We’re trying to use the tools to create TV packages, what used to work …

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