Bristol On Its Way to Becoming the Center of the Universe…

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ON June 1, ESPN will officially open its new radio facility by hosting  13 radio affilitates and four other owned-and-operated stations from across the country. The stations are in New York, Chicago, Los Angeles and Dallas.

From the Hartford Courant:

The radio facility now will occupy 8,000 square feet, an entire floor in Building 2, making the new space one-and-a-half times larger than what it was previously, ESPN said late Friday. Construction in Building 2, where ESPN Radio got its start nearly two decades ago, began in August. ESPN declined to comment on costs.

Connecticut SPJ Awards

From the Connecticut Society of Professional Journalists’ web site…the awards dinner took place last week….here’s the full list of winners.

A Strong May Sweeps for “Face the State”

If you’re looking for exposure and WFSB’s Dennis House calls inviting you to appear on “Face the State”, consider this:

 Face the State beat competing shows, Meet the Press, The Chris Matthews Show, Fox News Sunday, the Real Story and ABC’s This Week. More viewers watched Face the State than the Sunday morning newscast on WTIC and WTNH.

Sunday Talk

Face the State WFSB   11 a.m

Host: Dennis House

Washington Update

Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D)


The Real Story Fox61 10:30 am

Host: Laurie Perez

TBA


The Stan Simpson Show Fox61  10 am

Host: Stan Simpson

Gaga Over ‘Gaga’ 

Eric Danton, Hartford Courant

UConn Academic Crisis

Walter Harrison, University of Hartford President

Zac Boyer, Hartford Courant

America’s Best Magnet School

Sally Biggs, Hartford Magnet Middle School Principal

Kimone Walker, Student

Datzer Pagdiwala, Student

Focus on Connecticut News12 Saturday: 7:30 am, 11 am, 2:30 pm, 7:30 pm.Sunday: 2:30 am, 7:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm, 5:30 pm

Host: Tom Appleby

TBA

CTN Capitol Report Sunday at 8 pm Replays of: The Real Story (8:30 PM), CT Newsmakers (9 pm),  Face the State (9:30 pm), On the Record (10 pm)

Speaking of Sports

The Middletown Press, local news, sports and weather serving Middletown, CT

The Middletown Press has named a new full-time sports staff:

Sports Editor Dan Podheiser and Assistant Sports Editor Joseph Pelletier will oversee a major push into more breaking news of multimedia reporting of local, state and national sports on MiddletownPress.com.

New Haven-Based Job Opening

Internet-based Global News website seeks a full-time producer to oversee shooting, editing and publishing short-form video content for the web.  The job requires someone who can both work well independently and in collaboration with our editorial staff including the managing editor.  The job requires a well-rounded candidate with many strong skills: line producing, segment producing, writing, and copy editing. He/she must be a creative thinker who can generate numerous story ideas off of the days headlines.

*Involved in all production elements of a show including editorial, video, graphics, and booking.
*Consistently pitch stories that meet shows mission and make air.
<b>*Must provide demo reel/link to portfolio of produced work</b>
*Must provide samples of written work (if applicable)
*At least 5 years experience
Please send resume and contact information to support @ track180.com

Top Ten Best Things About Broadcasting

News Broadcasting Microphone

This list, courtesy of  tvnewsgrapevine, is great.

If you’re about to throw in the towel it might make you reconsider…

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