Episode #7: Dylan Wilbur — Rebranding the Nation’s Biggest PBS Station

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(Photo Credit: Supplied)For the seventh episode of Broadcast Bulletin, we take a major pivot by welcoming our first creative services talent on to the show. Dylan Wilbur is the Creative Director for WETA, Washington, DC’s PBS station. WETA is one of the biggest, if not the biggest, PBS station in the network. They produce or distribute such iconic and renowned … Read More

Episode #6: Korey Kaczur — Talking Sports to Selling Beer

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(Photo Credit: Supplied)For our sixth episode of Broadcast Bulletin, Korey Kaczur, a former weekend sports anchor and weekday news reporter for KBJR and CBS 3 in Duluth, Minnesota discusses her career as a sportscaster and her transition out of it. Her story of transitioning from a sportscaster to a regional sales representative for a San Diego-based brewing company is one … Read More

Episode #5: Micah Wilson, #JustAKidFromTheCreek

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(Photo Credit: 5newsonline.com)For the fifth episode of Broadcast Bulletin, Micah Wilson, a reporter with CBS affiliate KFSM in Northwest Arkansas, talks with Jim and Jacob about what it has been like never working in a pre-COVID news environment, what it is like working as a person of color in local news, and why TEGNA is one of his dream companies … Read More

Episode #4: Josh Helmuth: Atypical Anchor

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(Photo Credit: KRDO.com)In our fourth episode, Josh Helmuth, the Emmy-winning anchor of KRDO’s “Good Morning Colorado”, speaks with Jim and Jacob on why he entered the industry and his very non-traditional path. Josh did not know he wanted to enter the industry until he attended the University of Alabama. Josh also discusses the transition he made from covering sports to … Read More

Episode #3: Brittany Pelletz Gates — From News Anchoring to Real Estate

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(Photo Credit: Instagram)For Broadcast Bulletin’s third episode, Brittany Pelletz Gates speaks with Jim and Jacob on why she entered the industry, starting with the fascination of watching September 11th coverage while in middle school. Brittany spent most of her career as the weeknight anchor at KTAB in Abilene, Texas. After a decade in the industry, Brittany decided to move back … Read More