Stand-Up and join RTDNA with Mark Bruce!

For those who have done 100 different stand-ups, to those who don’t even know what a stand-up is, making your stand-ups unique and your own is one way to stand out as a reporter…and standing out is definitely important .

This week, OU RTDNA will be discussing how to make your reporter stand-ups more unique and creative. We will welcome a man who has done his share of stand-ups, and knows how to personalize each one. Mark Bruce from WHIO-TV in Dayton will be Skyping in our next meeting, this Wednesday (Feb. 8) at 7:00 p.m. in our usual spot, RTV 371.

But don’t go too far, RTDNA will be meeting AGAIN on Friday (Feb. 10) outside RTV at 11:00 a.m. to let YOU write and shoot your own stand-up! We’ll record, edit your best take, and hand you a DVD with your stand-up so you can use it for your applications.

After working up an appetite practicing, join us for lunch at Chipotle!

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Mark Bruce is an Ohio University and E.W. Scripps School of Journalism graduate originally from Granville, OH (east of Columbus). He has been working at WHIO-TV in Dayton since Dec. 2008, starting as an assignment editor, and now a Saturday morning anchor. Before coming to Dayton, Mark worked at WRCB-TV in Chattanooga, TN as a reporter and anchor for over three years. To see the rest of Mark’s biography and a Q&A session, go to his page on the WHIO-TV website:  http://www.whiotv.com/staff/mark-bruce/ or follow him on Twitter @MarkBruceWHIO .

 

If you can’t wait until Wednesday’s meeting to see and talk about some awesome stand-ups, here are some great links Mark Bruce sent us!

(^This man won 12 Emmys at an award show last year)

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