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WTOP Expands Online Entertainment Coverage

Long-time WTOP web writer (and producer/director of awesome metal doc Welcome to DeathfestAlicia Lozano has been named the editor of a new entertainment section on the station’s webpage.  She will focus on managing the section and creating original digital content as well as on-air contributions.

The section is the latest in WTOP’s online expansion, following the launch of the Living and Technology sections in November of 2012 and August of 2013, respectively.

“As WTOP evolves into a Digital News Operation, we are continuing to dedicate resources to original digital content that will feed not only our website but also our radio and mobile platforms,” Director of Digital Media John Meyer said. “The Washington area is rife with local stories concerning the arts, music, movies and more. Our entertainment section will bring these stories to life online and on-air.”

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WTOP Takes Tech to a New Level

WTOP award-winning reporter and Tech Editor Neal Augenstein is at the helm of a new section that promises multimedia tech coverage. This means on-air, online and, of course, the dreaded and beloved social media.

Stories on the site right now include apps that help you get a good night’s sleep, speed up the valet parking process in D.C., break up by text, pay your restaurant check and “Pro tips: How to shoot video with your iPhone.”

A WTOP release gushes with praise for him: “Augenstein is a pioneer when it comes to journalism and technology; he was the first major market radio reporter to do most of his field production on an iPhone, and has written about and hosted multiple seminars on using the latest technology for audio, video, photography and writing.”

We asked Augenstein what we can expect to see. Read more