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Posts Tagged ‘Robert W. Welkos’

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33429651.jpgThe Future Of Reporting: The LAT’s fire blog is exactly what newspapers will be doing with all breaking news coverage some day. And that’s not a bad thing.

33425367.jpgUnder Pressure: The air thick with anxiety. Harried people rushing about to salvage whatever they can before its too late. Fires? What fires? Rachel Abramowitz and Robert W. Welkos are describing Hollywood as a possible strike looms.

33431116.jpgFirst-Hand Account: Reporter Janet Wilson returned from her wedding to find her neighborhood threatened by flames. In her words: “It was an eerie experience as a reporter because you’re trained to observe and are often thrown into areas you don’t know. But I knew every inch of what I saw today. I know the hills and the houses.”

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LAT in 90 Seconds

Better Than A Shrimp On A Hamster Wheel: Reporters Mark Z. Barabak and Michael Finnegan call the YouTube/CNN Democratic debates a success. And by success, they mean that somehow democracy was served by having presidential hopefuls respond to questions posed by a snowman.

lilomug.jpgLindsay Lohan Arrested on Suspicion of DUI While Chasing Her Assistant’s Mother In An SUV And Wearing An Alcohol Ankle Bracelet. Oh, And She Allegedly Had Cocaine In Her Pocket: Some people make this too easy.

27754872.jpgJoke Theivery: Reporter Robert W. Welkos totally stole our idea to do a story about comedians who steal jokes. But we forgive him for these two interesting facts in his story: Milton Berle’s mom used to write down other comics’ jokes and give them to him, and Bill Cosby admits to lifting a bit from George Carlin early in his career. Carlin, apparently, was so disgusted he never talked to Cosby.