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Director Reel for Nebraska Television Network (NTV News) KHGI/KFXL located in Axtell Nebraska covering Central Nebraska (Kearney, Grand Island, Hastings). This was recorded during my time at the company working as Weekend Production Supervisor on 06-23-14 5 PM Newscast. NTV News utilizes a three camera control room with one studio operator, one camera in the newsroom, live truck, backpack, one camera in the Grand Island Newsroom, and a five camera production trailer. Production control is operated by three individuals the producer, director/technical director, and audio operator. Camera shading is located in master control. Control room features: 2 MLE Ross Carbonite 2X with built in multi viewer, 4 MiniMEs, 8 aux outputs powering 8 monitors, touch control computer running live assis...
McCormick's Haunted Hollow (La Vista, Nebraska) - On Mike & Jill McCormick's property lies a farm house built in the 1880's that was later converted into a Halloween attraction by them. When the McCormick's originally bought the land, it was disclosed to them that a teenager had died in the farmhouse. Soon after, the owners reported hearing strange sounds and items being moved during renovation of the house. In 2004, a psychic was brought in and she confirmed that there indeed was paranormal activity going on in the house. PRISM conducted several investigations in 2006 and was able to capture several interesting EVPs and photographs, once again confirming that the house was truly haunted. The farmhouse was to be torn down, but after the hearing these EVPs, the McCormick's decided to keep ...
The natural beauty of Nebraska, featuring spectacular aerial footage!
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A British aerial photography team spent 10 days capturing Nebraska, from above. The shots are featured in NET Television's Nebraska Land and Sky, a program that gives viewers a new perspective on the state. We meet the international team behind these stunning new images and hear their surprising reactions to the landscape some refer to as "flyover country."
(Visit: http://www.uctv.tv/) The film "Nebraska" received 6 Oscar nominations, including Best Picture and Best Original Screenplay. The Carsey Wolf Center at UCSB welcomes Bob Nelson who landed the Academy Award nomination for his first screenplay. Series: "Carsey-Wolf Center" [5/2014] [Humanities] [Show ID: 28118]
“Portrait of America” was a documentary series produced by Turner Program Services for broadcast on Superstation WTBS over the course of several television seasons in the 1980s. Each episode showcased one state, its history, and the cultural and social aspects of its people. Hal Holbrook hosted the series.
Shortly after Bob and Susan Ihrig opened their dream restaurant, Bob's Gridiron Grille, in Lincoln, Nebraska in February of 2003, Bob was interviewed by a local television station. The restaurant was decorated in a one-of-a-kind Nebraska Cornhusker collection. The restaurant lasted 30 months, and Bob and Susan share their story of restaurant ownership in a new book titled, Million Dollar Party. You can check out their book at www.milliondollarpartybook.com.
Cooter Ray explains sports beside football to the good people of Nebraska.
"Living with Cancer in Nebraska" presents the latest Cancer research and therapies available to Nebraskans. The one-hour program features a panel discussion with leading cancer experts and personal stories of patients living with Cancer. Our studio panel includes Ken Cowan, M.D., Oncologist and Director of the Eppley Institute at UNMC and Sarah P. Thayer, M.D., Physician-in-Chief, Fred & Pamela Buffett Cancer Center. Guests include Andy Hoffman, with an update on Jack Hoffman's brain cancer therapy.