Category Archives: Radio

Isn’t it time to forgive Helen Thomas?

Really now. Isn’t it time to forgive Helen Thomas for her hasty comments last June? That’s when she was asked her thoughts about about Israel? If you know Helen Thomas, you may not believe her comments were an accurate reflection … Continue reading

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“Dancing with the Stars” host channels Johnny Carson

Nebraska son, University of Nebraska-Lincoln broadcast graduate and comedic great Johnny Carson lives on- Most recently in a Tom Bergeron  interview. As host of Dancing with the Stars and America’s Funniest Videos, the Emmy-winning Bergeron is seen by millions of … Continue reading

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I couldn’t agree more

  Rick Alloway, a wonderful colleague of mine, passed along Ted Koppel’s Op-ed piece from tomorrow’s Washington Post.  ( I get a kick out of writing about tomorrow’s Washington Post. Makes me feel clairvoyant.)   Koppel does an amazing job … Continue reading

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University of Nebraska students cover 2010 USA National Games

Our student documentation team braved a +100 heat index today to report on pre-ceremonies for the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games.

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FCC’s wireless mic ban imposes unfair burden

I’m thinking out loud here. Five or six wireless microphones. It doesn’t sound like a lot. Multiply that by thousands of wireless mics rendered useless by the federal government and it adds up.  It may place an unfair burden worth … Continue reading

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