The U.S. Forest Service will not charge media outlets to take photos or shoot video during news-gathering operations, it said late Thursday.
Following its addition of “Thursday Night Football,” CBS is shaking things up this upcoming fall with a multi-phase rollout.
Today’s kids spend anywhere from 8-11 hours a day typing, tweeting and texting. That’s why the American Academy of Pediatrics says kids need to go on a “media diet.” CBS4 Medical Editor Dr. Dave Hnida explains some new guidelines.
The Denver Police Protective Association, which represents most of Denver’s nearly 1,500 police officers, has issued an advisory to its members to not leak information to reporters.
Going over the details of the accusations or the time line of coverage really isn’t my intent here. My point is that this is an example of how we the audience have a very tough job on figuring out how and who to trust.
However, the growing use of streaming technology both nationally and locally, and more importantly, our willingness as an audience to be patient with its unpredictability, has the ability to change “live coverage” dramatically.