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As television broadcasters look for a competitive news edge, many have determined that they can increase story count, improve news quality, and uncover more relevant stories by embedding reporters in the communities they cover—writing, editing, and collaborating on stories without returning to the newsroom.

While this strategy may improve news quality and quantity, it is not without its challenges. The on-demand webinar explores this strategy and the challenges it creates, how they are being addressed, the consequences for news workflows, and where things go from here.


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Phil Kurz

Contributing Editor, TV Tech

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Craig Wilson

Global Media and Cloud Product Evangelist, Avid

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Gary Brown

Senior Vice President of Content, Meredith Local Media Group

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Bill Anderson

Director of Change Management—News, Sinclair Broadcast Group

Future Vision of Cloud News Production

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