SUNDOG: MARKETING + TECHNOLOGY Social Media is Saving Live Television
We all know the fight between Television networks and the Internet. They are fighting the tide of this new generation that wants their content online and on-demand rather than on TV. Viewership number... Posted on 10/15/12 at 8:08 AM
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Inspired by Nature, a 2010 television documentary produced in the broadcast documentary class at MSUM and broadcast on Prairie Public Television was se... Posted on 2/23/11 at 3:27 PM
Some aspects of a football game don’t garner a lot of fanfare. But the X’s and O’s of technology – mainly the secure, uninterrupted audio of a coaching staff’s intercom system or video for team meetings – can be as important as players who are blocking, tackling, kicking or running with the ball.
In the name of trade, Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty heads south later this week — way south. Pawlenty leaves Saturday on his seventh major trade trip in his seven years as governor. Brazil and Chile are on the itinerary.
A local radio station will get a big boost in the next month that will allow it to reach up to 45,000 more listeners, said Rick Pfeiffer, vice president and general manager of KSJB-AM/KSJZ-FM radio. The addition of a new 500-foot tower five miles south of town will increase the station’s broadcast area into Valley City, Carrington and Edgeley, N.D., he said.
A Devils Lake man has pleaded not guilty to a charge of continuous sexual abuse of a child. Jeffrey Urness, 49, entered the plea Thursday to the felony charge, during a hearing before Judge Lee Christofferson.
Local broadcasters plan to convert to digital television soon, and a few have already made the switch.
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