This is one of the basic commandments of broadcast writing, but one of the most ignored.
The modern, computerised rundown program is much more than it seems.
Whether you're interviewing your family for grandma and grandpa's 50th anniversary, the CEO of a business for a training video, or even a politician for a news story; there are a few tried and true tips used by the pros that can help you put together a clean and polished interview.
Who needs an Electoral College when you have an Electoral High School?
As we saw last month, a good rundown program that calculates back-times can be a useful tool in planning and organizing a television newscast and making sure it runs to time.