My 4 minutes, 38 seconds in the spotlight – TV lessons for a print journalist

PHOENIX – While it might seem like the News of the World phone-hacking scandal is limited to Europe, it could be just a matter of time before we start seeing effects of it here in the U.S.
Robin Phillips, the Web managing editor for the Reynolds Center for Business Journalism at Arizona State University, sat down to discuss the issue with Tara Hitchcock. | Full story: Local expert breaks down News of the World scandal and its effects in the U.S.

Robin J Phillips

I enjoyed the process of getting ready for this interview and felt good going through it — not always an easy thing for we print journalists. We’re not used to being in the spotlight, or coming across as “experts.”

After talking with a few others today about how being on TV can be unnerving, I wrote this blog post to share what I learned: Print to TV: Lessons from the set of Good Morning Arizona

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