Insight Into Dangers, Determination in Local Broadcast News

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wdbjTwo television news employees give us insight into the working lives of those at the lowest rung of the ladder in local TV news.


What they have to say applies to those starting out in radio news as well — early hours and late nights for little pay, with each day bringing something new to master.

These commentaries by a local television reporter and anchor in Atlanta and Chattanooga, Tennessee reflects on the deaths and lives of WDBJ-TV’s Alison Parker and Adam Ward.

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