Tuesday, April 07, 2015
Why is it that WUNC does not provide a wide range of supplemental information on stories it reports only in audio form? For example, links to statistics on gun ownership in Orange County to go with the story on guns a couple of days ago, or the one today on NC Bar pass rates - e.g., a link to the State Bar? Audio is not the only medium, and some of us want to know more than the brief words spoken on air.
Wednesday, April 30, 2014
Saturday, April 26, 2014
Thursday, April 24, 2014
Monday, March 24, 2014
Now Cleared, Alert Carolina Sirens Sound On UNC-CH Campus With Reports Of Armed Person Near Campus | WUNC
And the rest of the story? Or because this happened at the weekend, is this no longer an item for the massive WUNC newsroom to address?
It would seem to me that WUNC ought to have a "reporter" on duty 24/7 so that the station can do more than read postings off the UNC website when there is an emergency, for example. How many people work on WUNC? Is no one ever working on the weekend that know whether the news pyramid is right-side up or inverted? For radio, they don't even have to be able to spell!
Friday, March 07, 2014
How refreshing to see something done as well as this continuing coverage appears to be. Did I miss a mention of it on-air or on WUNC's home page?