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Drones Approved For Making Movies. How Long Before They're Approved for TV News? - Posted September 26, 2014
The network morning shows used as-yet-approved TV news technology to report on the just approved motion picture industry use of drones. On Thursday, the FAA cleared the way for six film companies to use drones for film-making pur... [TVNewser]

Kerry Sanders Suffers 300+ Mosquito Bites as 'Today' Segment Goes Horribly Awry - Posted August 3, 2014
File this one under technology experiments gone extremely wrong: NBC News correspondent Kerry Sanders appeared on the "Today" show this week to test out an app that claims to repel mosquitoes by placing his arm into a cage full of the bugs. To the horror of the show's anchors, the app... [AllTwitter]

TV News Crews Head to North Carolina for Hurricane Arthur - Posted July 3, 2014
      Tropical Storm Arthur has strengthened into a category one Hurricane churning up the east coast set to hit North Carolina's Outer Banks hardest. TV news crews have already dispersed crews to cover the extreme weather this 4th of July. The Weather Channel will have a number of meteorologists and correspondent... [TVNewser]

Kerry Sanders Temporarily Blinded After Hours of Live Shots: 'The UV Light Was Slowly Burning My Corneas' - Posted March 6, 2014
Florida-based correspondent Kerry Sanders has ducked bullets and crawled through minefields covering the news for NBC. But he faced an even more dangerous situation outside a Florida courthouse last month: a malfunctioning TV light. Sanders was t... [TVNewser]

Ron Burgundy is Everywhere - Posted December 20, 2013
As part of the over-saturation and shark jumping that is Ron Burgundy lately, The Tampa Tribune cut to the heart of his a... [TVSpy]

Cable Networks Cover George Zimmerman's Return to Court - Posted November 19, 2013
George Zimmerman is in a Florida court again this afternoon, facing charges of felony aggravated assault after he allegedly pointed a gun at his girlfriend. The cable networks all took the short court appearance live. Fox News has Phil Keating outside the courtroom and brought ... [TVNewser]

Kerry Sanders Runs With Bulls, While 'GMA' Fakes It With Sharks - Posted August 8, 2013
It was a wild morning on NBC's "Today" and ABC's "Good Morning America," as the on-air talent went toe-to-toe with some wild, dangerous creatures. On "Today," Kerry Sanders delivered a stand-up while running from bulls. No, really, he did. "One of the great stand-ups ever," Matt Lauer said. WATCH: ... [TVNewser]

Before Zimmerman Trial Coverage, Network Correspondents Break Bread - Posted June 25, 2013
NBC's Kerry Sanders, CBS's Mark Strassmann and ABC's Ma... [TVNewser]

'I Guess I Started Working Thursday at 5:00 a.m. and Have Been Working Straight Through' - Posted April 20, 2013
Friday night capped off a long week for local, state and federal investigators, the people of Watertown, Cambridge and Boston and the media covering the manhunt for 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev and this longer than most week in Boston. A few of the correspo... [TVNewser]

Chaos Overnight as One Boston Blast Suspect is Dead, His Brother on the Loose - Posted April 19, 2013
A holdup at a Cambridge 7-11 store around 10pm Thursday set off an all night pursuit for the suspects in the Boston Marathon blasts. By sunrise, an MIT police officer was dead, an MBTA officer was wounded, on... [TVNewser]

'Today' to Broadcast Aboard the Intrepid for NBC's 'Hiring Our Heroes' - Posted March 21, 2012
A week from today, the "Today" show will broadcast live from the Intrepid Sea, Air, and Space Museum for a nationwide hiring fair supporting veterans and military spouses. The show marks the one-year anniversary of "Hiring Our Heroes," a joint NBC News and U.S. Chamber of Commerce initiative to get veterans back... [TVNewser]

A Party Tonight, Before the Today Celebration - Posted January 12, 2012
The party's still going at the Edison Ballroom in Times Square as the "Today" show celebrates its 60th anniversary. The morning milestone began with a welcome from "Today" frontman Matt Lauer before singer Pit Bull took the stage. Fourth hour... [morningmedianewsfeed]

A Party Tonight, Before the Today Celebration - Posted January 12, 2012
The party's still going at the Edison Ballroom in Times Square as the "Today" show celebrates its 60th anniversary. The morning milestone began with a welcome from "Today" frontman Matt Lauer before singer Pit Bull took the stage. Fourth hour... [FishbowlNY]

A Party Tonight, Before the Today Celebration - Posted January 12, 2012
The party's still going at the Edison Ballroom in Times Square as the "Today" show celebrates its 60th anniversary. The morning milestone began with a welcome from "Today" frontman Matt Lauer before singer Pit Bull took the stage. Fourth hour... [TVNewser]

Hurricane Irene Keeps Reporters & Forecasters on the Move - Posted August 25, 2011
TV news anchors, correspondents and meteorologists may not have to go far from their New York headquarters to cover Hurricane Irene as the Category 3 storm barrels toward the East Coast. With the 11amET advisory, the storm continues its catastrophic path toward Nort... [TVNewser]

News Networks Begin Wall-to-Wall Coverage of Mine Rescue Operation - Posted October 12, 2010
At 10:18pmET tonight, Manuel Gonzales, the first of several rescuers began to descend into a mine shaft to begin the process of retrieving 33 miners who've been trapped deep under the Chilean desert for 69 days. 18 Minutes later, at 10:36, Gonzales had arrived 2,040 feet below the desert. And all... [TVNewser]

TV News Crews in Place for Chile Mine Rescue - Posted October 11, 2010
TV News correspondents are descending on Chile's Atacama desert as the rescue of 33 miners trapped since August 5 is now just days away. "Today" show national correspondent Natalie Morales left New York for Chile on Friday and began reporting today for NBC News and Th... [TVNewser]

ABC News Not Flying Florida Pastor to New York - Posted September 10, 2010
Instead of burning Korans in a field near his Gainesville, FL church, Pastor Terry Jones is planning to be in New York tomorrow. He believes he has a meeting with the Imam heading up the lower Manhattan mosque project. On MSNBC this morning, NBC News correspondent Kerry Sanders reported from outside the... [TVNewser]

Kerry Sanders Reports Back from the North Atlantic - Posted August 30, 2010
NBC Miami-based correspondent Kerry Sanders was dispatched last week to a boat in the North Atlantic Ocean where scientists are scanning the entire Titanic debris... [TVNewser]

Kerry Sanders Okay After Crash, But His Brand-New Car May Not Make It - Posted August 6, 2010
NBC News correspondent Kerry Sanders is sore but alright after a car accident yesterday afternoon, he tells TVNewser. "I'm happy — I walked away," says Sanders. "It could have been a lot worse." Sanders was less than half a mile from his Ft. Lauderdale home — on his wa... [TVNewser]

NBC News' Capus Visits Gulf Crew - Posted June 29, 2010
NBC News president Steve Capus traveled down to the Gulf Coast earlier this week to visit the NBC talent and crew that have been reporting on the BP oil spill. We hear Capus was with the "Nightly" news team on Sunday afternoon in Venice, LA and then stopped by NBC affiliate... [TVNewser]

Nightly EP: 'Our Viewers Were Looking for Information, and Ways They Could Help' - Posted January 20, 2010
NBC Nightly News EP Bob Epstein sent a note to his staff today thanking them for their hard work covering the earthquake. "Our coverage from Haiti has produced some of the finest journalism ever seen on this broadcast. From the moment our first teams went in -- ... [TVNewser]

Earthquake in Haiti: Evening Updates - Posted January 13, 2010
Brian Williams and Katie Couric were both in Port-au-Prince for their newscasts tonight, but due to the circumstances on the ground, much of that time they were either on the phone or their substitute... [TVNewser]

TVNewsers Heading To Haiti - Posted January 13, 2010
Continually Updated: We'll update this post as we hear more about who is heading to Hispaniola, either the Dominican Republic or Haiti (if the airport is reopened) to cover yesterday's 7.0 earthquake. CBS' Katie Couric NBC's ... [TVNewser]

Don Teague: 'There's Something To Be Learned From This Story' - Posted January 3, 2010
"There's something to be learned from this story," says CBS News correspondent Don Teague about his new book, Saved by Her Enemy: An Iraqi Woman's Journey From the Heart of War to the Heartland of America, due out in March. ... [TVNewser]

Without a Net...Unless You Count NBC - Posted October 15, 2008
Before the nominees for president take part in their final high wire act tonight, a seventh generation Wallenda walked, then biked a cable set 135 feet above Newark, New Jersey — and the Today show was there for it all. By completing the feat, without a net, 29-year-old Nik... [TVNewser]

As Ike Gets Closer to Shore, So Do the Networks - Posted September 12, 2008
ABC's Sam Champion had arrived in Texas in time for Nightline last night. CNN's Anderson Coop... [TVNewser]

NBC's Gustav Plans: Brian Williams to the Gulf, Tom Brokaw at the RNC - Posted August 31, 2008
This time, no one is taking any chances. With the potential of being as severe or even worse than Hurricane Katrina three years ago, Hurricane Gustav is challenging network executives like no story in recent memory. Just like RNC planners, themselves facing a scaled back gathering, news executives, too, have been huddled... [TVNewser]