Why do TV stations design news vehicles– live trucks, “storm trackers,” satellite trucks — without first consulting the personnel who will actually have to use them?
Why are separate credentials required to cover the Georgia House and the Georgia Senate?
When people outside the state Capitol ask to see a “press credential,” do they have any idea what they’re actually looking for?
Why can’t news channels discontinue the constant “ticker” at the bottom of the screen, which began with 9/11 and never went away?
Why must local news stations put up an ever-present lower-third graphic describing the story the viewer is presumably watching?
Why does the Georgia Senate have a press office?
As TV news technology has improved, why is using it so much more complicated?
How long can local TV continue to cry wolf over “dangerous” weather before viewers finally catch on and tune us out?
Would somebody please inform WSB’s viewers that Monica is gone? They can watch the other stations now.