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Communication Nation with Jill Schiefelbein

Communication Nation with Jill Schiefelbein

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September 17th 2013:Communication, Broadcasting and Complex Messages

When it comes to communicating technical information in a way that any audience can understand, Wyatt Everhart knows his stuff. As the Chief Meteorologist for ABC 2 in Baltimore, Wyatt is a professional at communicating succinctly. In this episode of Communication Nation we discuss tips and tricks for being on camera and communicating complex information in a simple way. You'll get tips for how to deal with technical and human errors if you're broadcasting live, and you'll learn what mistakes to avoid when the camera is on.

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Wyatt Everhart

My career in broadcasting has taken me many places across the country, and one interesting stop in early my weather career was in “Tornado Alley” at KCEN-TV in central Texas. I certainly saw some big-time severe weather during my tenure there, but the most dangerous storms I've ever covered were actually in Mississippi during grad school, when I worked for WTVA-TV and WCBI-TV. After several years in the heat of south it was time for a major change in temperatures, so it was off to WJBK-TV - in Detroit! As you can imagine, in Michigan the focus shifts dramatically to forecasting the kind of fierce winter weather the Great Lakes are so famous for. It was in Detroit that I was honored to rece
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