Board Operator sample from News 96.5 FM WDBO Orlando
Entering a quarter-hour commercial break for the syndicated “Clark Howard Show”, fading out live satellite feed, launching “Big 3” news stager, recording live satellite commercials off-air via 25/7 digital audio recorder, reporting “the three big news stories you need to know” this hour, firing the “Big 3” closer, and rejoining satellite feed via recorded network commercials. Later in the same break, transitioning from recorded satellite network spots to local commercial spot, and then back to the live, caught-up satellite feed of the “Clark Howard Show.”
Magic guard Jameer Nelson was invited to a recent Atlanta Braves spring training game to throw out the ceremonial first pitch. Nelson opted to let his son throw the pitch in his place, and spoke with me after the special event about what it meant to him. This is the scripted web video component to the audio interview.
Orlando Magic Radio Network Broadcast Coordinator Casey Williams explorers the myth of the “Rookie Wall” and its impact on first-year Orlando Magic players in this feature that aired on 96.5 WDBO and ESPN 580 Orlando on January 7th, 2013, during halftime of the Magic vs. Portland Trail Blazers game.
Orlando Magic Radio Network Broadcast Coordinator Casey Williams examines Jacque Vaughn’s first month of action as an NBA head coach in this feature that aired on 96.5 WDBO on November 30th, 2013, during halftime of the Magic vs. Brooklyn Nets game.
With two out in the eighth and the game deadlocked at 5-5, Ethan Bennett (Tennessee) launched the clinching home run out to straight-away center field, his fourth homer in the last four games.
Nic Manuppelli (Youngstown State) hurried to get ready for the ninth, with the Muskrats suddenly leading 6-5 and in need of a save. Nevin Wilson (Vanderbilt), in his third inning of stellar relief, bought him the necessary time, getting the first out of the ninth on a come-backer.
He then made way for Manuppelli, who locked up his fifth save of the season in five chances, and the Muskrats got a comeback win in the blink of an eye. Wilson kept the Mainers off the scoreboard from the fifth inning on, and earned the victory for his 3.2 innings of two-hit, one walk ball.