A Query for Couric
On January 14th, 2010, the Columbia School of Broadcasting, along with the Alfred I DuPont Foundation, awarded the Silver Baton award, an award the university compares to the Pulitzer, to Katie Couric for her 2008 interviews with Sarah Palin. The awards committee reported that Couric was selected because,”In a political season full of interviews with the leading candidates, Katie Couric’s apt and determined questioning of | Read More »
So, are people liking the interviews?
Nikki Haley’s is the twelfth one I’ve done with the new equipment; I figured that I’d let people offer feedback here. Annnnnnnd that’s pretty much it, really.
Do you like interviews at RedState? [We did it!] [Ready to Ship]
Second Update We did it! Thanks everyone for helping out! I’ll post a diary after I pick everything up! Third Update: Here’s a post showing what we bought as well as tips on other tools of the trade. The package goes out tomorrow, except for the light and tripod which are being shipped separately by BestBuy.com as those parts weren’t at my local store. Do | Read More »
Squandering The Palin Pick
This might make me very unpopular, but I have to be honest, I now think McCain picking Sarah Palin for his Vice-President was a mistake … that is; if what he really was looking for in a VP was nothing more than a highly-scripted cheerleader, then picking Governor Palin was not the wisest decision; In fact, it could not just lose him the election, but | Read More »
Sarah Palin should have her own cameraman recording the interviews with Charlie Gibson as a safeguard against creative editing.
I think Palin would do well to have her own cameraman openly recording in the room with Charlie Gibson’s crew during the remaining interviews. From what I’m seeing, there’s a lot of stuff on the cutting room floor that probably shouldn’t be there … including Gibson’s condescending attitude. Gibson would be spooked … and that’s a good thing. Because he’ll know that whatever he cuts | Read More »