Eyes (and Ears) of the Storm

Friday, September 10, 2004

Last year, as the last hurricane with an "I" name bared down on the Carolina coast, TV viewers across the country could follow its every move. But why exactly did news organizations nowhere near Isabel's path feel the need to dispatch reporters to the center of the gale? Bob put the question to Larry Silbermann, news director of WTOC in Savannah, Georgia.

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