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Television Industry

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  • Preditor

    POSITION: Preditor DATE: 1/24/2012 DEPARTMENT: Production REPORTS TO: Senior Preditor ROLE: Responsible for writing, producing, shooting and editing for CT1 Media Special Programming Team. Manages multiple production tasks simultaneously and has the...
  • Inside The Euro Crisis with Eckart von Klaeden, Minister of State in the Federal Chancellery

    Inside The Euro Crisis with Eckart von Klaeden, Minister of State in the Federal Chancellery
    On day two of my fellowship in Germany, our group of 12 American journalists learned more about the organization sponsoring our trip, the RIAS Berlin Kommission. RIAS stands for "Radio in the American Sector" and is a former radio station based in...
  • Preditor, Programming

    POSITION: Preditor, Programming DATE: 12/1/10 DEPARTMENT: Creative Services & Marketing REPORTS TO: Senior Preditor, Programming ROLE: Responsible for writing, producing, shooting and editing for CT1 Media Special Programming Team. Manages multiple...
  • P/T Weekend Broadcast Maintenance Engineer (A.M.)

    WTIC/WCCT - TV JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: P/T Weekend Broadcast Maintenance Engineer (A.M.) DATE: 6/13/11 DEPARTMENT: Engineering REPORTS TO: Director of Broadcast Engineering ROLE: Acts as a Broadcast Maintenance Engineer for WTIC/WCCT - TV...
  • Latest Advertising Spending Estimates Underscore Softness in TV

    The latest numbers on advertising expenditures underscore the trend of softness in TV growth this year, according to ad tracking firm Kantar Media. Spanish-language TV was the big driver of modest TV advertising growth during the third quarter, according...
  • Theater review: 'The Book of Mormon' Broadway tour in Orlando

     Theater review: 'The Book of Mormon' Broadway tour in Orlando
    Rest assured, Central Floridians: Denée Benton has done us proud. The graduate of Trinity Preparatory School in Winter Park is starring in the touring production of "The Book of Mormon," now onstage at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in...
  • NBA players' union chief is 'a woman who's not going to back down'

    NBA players' union chief is 'a woman who's not going to back down'
    As a child, Michele Roberts liked to tag along with her mom to court. Nobody was in trouble. Watching criminal cases was merely a source of free entertainment for Elsie Roberts, a housekeeper on welfare who raised her five children alone in the...
  • UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry

    UConn And Tennessee: Time To Renew Women's Basketball Rivalry
    The pen of women's basketball history is in Geno Auriemma's hand now. The UConn-Tennessee rivalry didn't invent the sport, but it sure as hell made the sport. And when Pat Summitt showed a coward's wisdom in 2007 by ending the greatest series in women'...
  • Despite rule, few affordable units created in new developments

    Despite rule, few affordable units created in new developments
    The pace of apartment construction in Baltimore has reached new heights in recent years, with thousands of units approved for luxury high-rises with the latest in pools, gyms, dog parks and other amenities. But few of those projects include units for...
  • For 'Gambler' director Rupert Wyatt, a career of rolling the dice

      Even if she's lucky, a modern film director will only make a certain range of movies over her career; budgets, stories and genres will vary, but within reason. Certainly few filmmakers will jump around the map like Rupert Wyatt, a British-American...
  • Biggest stories of 2014 didn't need traditional news outlets

    Biggest stories of 2014 didn't need traditional news outlets
    Gaza, Ferguson, a casino elevator in New Jersey — this was the year that raw images and social media, not gatekeepers, drove the national conversation. From photos posted on Twitter to bits of raw video shot on smartphones and surveillance...