Young reporters frequently make the mistake of trying to include a lot of details in their stories. Too often, they overstuff and the viewer gets lost. Keeping it simple, clear and concise solves the problem. That also allows room for the emotion of the story. MMJ Wayne Freedman from KGO-TV uses an example to explain it well.
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