DronesX, a startup seeking to become the authoritative source on the burgeoning drone industry, is seeking a reporter to cover droney things in the Boston/Cambridge area. "Actors who look good on camera" eagerly sought, but they have to have reporting chops, too, and not be a human drone....Read more
The Globe has taken down the online version of a travel story from last weekend about how Cleveland rocks and replaced it with this statement:
A recent travel story about Cleveland, Ohio, has been removed because the reporting practices did not meet Globe standards.
The article (attached below, thanks to a roving UHub Globe reader) extols Cleveland attractions the traveler should not miss...Read more
David Ortiz writes a long piece about the PED accusations and how they haunt him to this day. And, of course, the Globe's own Shank is right in the middle of it all:
In 2013, I came off the DL and started hot. My first 20 games I was hitting like .400. And the reporter with the red jheri curl from The Boston Globe...Read more
For us at WBCN, he was a dear friend, a leader in gaining and maintaining the rightful place and respect for workers in all positions in the company, the family. During his on air pieces when...Read more
A staffer at one of Boston's finer TV newsrooms has started chronicling the phone calls they get.
Caller: Is it true that someone can live in your house w/o you even knowing?â€¦and the body can turn into something else? Me: I have to go.
Ed. note: As a recovering ink-stained wretch, I can vouch that newspaper newsrooms get the same kind of calls....Read more
Programming Spotlights: Watch on Ch.3 or online
Here are some SCATV programs featured for March. All shows are also streamed live on our website at www.scatvsomerville.org/watch.
Looking for a weekly news digest of local headlines? Make sure to catch the Somerville Times and Journal Reading on Sundays at 1:30pm. Join Dr. Ira every week to hear about the latest health issues and...Read more
Upcoming SCATV Media Classes
Spring is almost here, SCATV community! The next batch of media production classes are now available for registration. If you haven't already joined as a member, please sign up for an upcoming orientation, online here. You will receive discounted rates for taking our media education courses. REGISTER HERE!
Here is the list:
The Somerville Community Access Television team conducted a series of interviews with regional filmmakers in the greater Boston area during Boston Indie Mafiaâ€™s Hob Nob Social event at the Arts at the Armory. Below is the playlist of all the interviews with clips from their respective film. For more information about upcoming Hob Nob Socials, visit this website....Read more
Please join your neighbors at this free, public panel discussion: Our Lives Matter: Art as Protest
Thursday, March 5th from 7-8pm at SCATV (90 Union Square).
We will discuss how local artists, poets and performers use creative expression to respond to current events and social injustices. The panelists will highlight their own work and how this was used to raise awareness about a particular issue...Read more
Tim Molloy, who has 20 years of experience as an editor and reporter at the Associated Press and TVGuide.com, was announced today as editor of the site that is no longer the digital wing of the Globe. Molloy was previously digital engagement editor at PBS's Frontline. Also named today: Kaitlyn Johnson, executive digital editor of Boston Magazine, as deputy editor.Read more
OK, so the Weather Channel's Weatherman of Doom Jim Cantore was back for our latest storm. And he got a tad excited to be standing outside in the middle of it all in Plymouth when the lightning started flashing. But so did some little kid watching him:
LinaMariaGiraldo.com brings us a new time lapse video of the storm, but this time focuses on the awesome neighborhood cleanup!Read more
Victor Paul Alvarez, the boston.com associate editor who got fired for asking if anybody would notice if John Boehner had been poisoned says three other editors at the site looked at his story and either approved or didn't say no and now he has to explain to his little daughter that, no, it's not fair that that cost him his job while...Read more
The Boston Business Journal reports on the deal; adds the Globe was looking to rent at first but that landlords wanted a premium because of concerns the paper could survive in the long term.
Moving the Globe from its current Morrissey Boulevard digs would clear the way for John Henry to sell off that land for big bucks for some giant development....Read more
Grizzled WCVB reporter Jack Harper has been covering snowstorms since probably before some of his younger colleagues - the ones who don ski goggles and shoot snowball crossbows and pretend to shovel snow - were even born.
And Harper is nearing his breaking point. At one point last week, after his roughly 87th hour reporting live...Read more