‘TV station’ format added to website’s delivery of the news
While “float fairies” dot local beaches with colorful artistic creations of hidden glass treasures, Lincoln City Homepage continues to unveil innovative and enterprising work of its own with today’s introduction of a video “TV station” format to its presentation of the news.
Beginning with this posting, Homepage has invited itself into your living rooms and onto your phones by rolling out its first on-location and in-studio production of news, features and sports broadcasts that can be streamed to any device by anyone on the Internet.
The new professionally produced, high-definition video format will allow Homepage to provide local breaking news, live streams, sports updates, weather, special bulletins, studio phone calls and everything else you can get from major state and national media organizations in both live and studio platforms.
The following 30-second pilot prototype was tested before our Lincoln City Homepage Community Facebook page.
We have been working on a new video format to bring you the news. Looking for feedback on this 30 second pilot.
Posted by Lincoln City Homepage on Saturday, October 13, 2018
Utilizing a “green-screen,” Homepage now has the ability to interrupt your daily lives with instantaneous studio coverage and supplemental on-scene dissemination of the news that most affects you and your families. Lincoln County’s most widely accessed Internet site will also deliver regular recaps that chronicle the previous week’s news, while previewing upcoming content, activities and events.
In addition to Homepage publisher and studio host/roving reporter Justin Werner’s mass media design work, Executive Editor Jim Fossum will provide periodical live and recorded commentary to the broadcasts in his dual role of sports editor. A longtime national award-winning journalist, Fossum has documented Oregon news and sports full-time for both county newspapers (Newport News-Times and Lincoln City News Guard) and his own website (SportsLincolnCounty.com) for more than a decade.
Homepage thanks its readers — and viewers — for making our fledgling multimedia website Lincoln County’s unquestioned leader in professional and comprehensive delivery of news affecting you and your lives.