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Terry Anzur on KTLA coverage of “Inventing TV News”

KTLA marked the 75th anniversary of a groundbreaking event in television news, April 8-10 1949. You can read the full story in my book, Inventing TV News, Live and Local in Los Angeles. I was interviewed for a special report …

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Klaus Landsberg: German engineering genius and TV pioneer

Klaus Landsberg is one of the heroes of my book Inventing TV News, Live and Local in Los Angeles. The groundbreaking general manager of KTLA-TV in Los Angeles is credited with the first live, on-the-scene TV broadcasts of breaking news …

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Terry Anzur has traveled around the world as an international journalism educator and media coach. Did you know she also writes a travel blog and a free monthly newsletter? Terry started writing the blog, Strangers in the Living Room, while …

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Book Trailer for Inventing TV News, Live and Local in Los Angeles

It’s always a pleasure to share the screen with the legendary KTLA reporter Stan Chambers. Here’s the book trailer for “Inventing TV News, Live and Local in Los Angeles. Stan was one of the many people who shared their stories …

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NEW book! Inventing TV News Live and Local in Los Angeles

Breaking news! My new book, Inventing TV News: Live and Local in Los Angeles is out! Travel back in time to the legendary TV newscasts where live coverage of breaking news was born. Download the ebook here and read on any …

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Promoting Diversity at the Golden Globes

Diversity has always been part of the program at Terry Anzur Coaching Services. So when I was asked to serve on the credentials review committee of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) I jumped at the chance to help bring …

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TV News Recruitment Crisis: Why Talent Coaching Can Help

Everyone in TV news is talking about an article from the Knight-Cronkite Newslab that dares to say what industry insiders have known for years: broadcast journalism is suffering from a shortage of qualified candidates for low-paying, high-stress jobs in local television newsrooms. …

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