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Two people shot and killed in North Omaha neighborhood.
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A collection of news opens from KMTV Channel 3 in Omaha, Nebraska. These were recorded on a VCR during the mid-1990s. The clips feature news anchors John Mason, Loretta Carroll, Tom Bevacqua, Rich Roberts, Mary Williams, Mark Massaro, John Glenn, and Trina Creighton. Music & VO: ??? (Anybody help??) When I recorded these at a much younger age, I didn't realize the importance of leaving pad, so I apologize for the rough starts and abrupt endings on these.
A collection of news opens from WOWT-TV Channel 6 in Omaha, Nebraska. These were recorded on a VCR during the mid-1990s. They are in chronological order, starting with the color talent shots looking off to the side, then transitioning to staring into the camera in black and white. The clips feature news anchors Gary Kerr, Pat Persaud, Dave Webber, Jim Flowers, John Knicely, Marti van Dorn (Johnson), Karl Bieber, Brian Durst, Sue Baggarly, and John Chapman. Music is Palmer News Package from Shelly Palmer. VO is Charlie Van Dyke. When I recorded these at a much younger age, I didn't realize the importance of leaving pad, so I apologize for the rough starts and abrupt endings on these.
In today's video, KETV News Omaha covers a story on, you guessed it, furries! Furries in the Media is a review series that takes a look at TV shows and news reports that feature furries or the furry fandom. From there, I judge the video clip based on how accurately the furry fandom is portrayed, and the overall spirit of the representation (is it good-natured or mean-spirited?). Furry Beasts Roam Omaha's Old Market https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S4GVphA8wDg&list=PLPlkSZYoeXJa4KHeghPKnluT9OJowVq-U&index=6 Check out Opposable Thumbs on social media! Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/Aberguinesilverfox/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/aberguine KETV News IS COPYRIGHT ABC. I DO NOT OWN NOR CLAIM ANY RIGHTS TO KETV News.
Paranormal Research & Investigative Studies Midwest (PRISM) Director, Carl Norgard and lead investigator, Kelley Kennedy, were interviewed at Hummel Park in Omaha, Nebraska by CBS KMTV News Meghan Matthews in October 2013. The story aired on Halloween October 31, 2013. More info on the P.R.I.S.M. Hummel Park investigation can be found here: http://www.doyouseedeadpeople.org/22/Hummel-Park-Omaha-NE.html
A collection of news opens from KETV Channel 7 in Omaha, Nebraska. These were recorded on a VCR during the mid-1990s. The clips feature news anchors Carol Schrader, Michael Scott, Ross Jernstrom, Bill Randby, Greg Peterson, Daniel Plante, Margaret Bumann, and Paul Bouchereau Music is Signature from Stephen Arnold. VO is Ed O'Brien. When I recorded these at a much younger age, I didn't realize the importance of leaving pad, so I apologize for the rough starts and abrupt endings on these.
Omaha family builds igloo out of milk cartons
local news channel took our videos off myspace and you tube, to make a story.
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A man who sparked a panic in a crowded shopping mall has explained that he didn't intend to look like an ISIS gunman with his bumbling Halloween costume.Families fled in terror from the Oak View Mall in Omaha, Nebraska on Friday night, after a robed figure carrying a duffel bag and what appeared to be an M16 strode into the Monster Mash Bash.'It was a packed place, there were kids everywhere,' mother Desirae Anson recalled in an interview with KETV.Anson hustled her son out of the mall. Security guards alerted the police, who raced to respond.'Anything really could have happened,' Anson said. 'So, it's better to be safe than sorry in that kind of situation.'The mysterious figure in long black robes left as quickly as he appeared, before cops or security guards could approach him.But the ro...
Back-to-back promos on that piece of equipment we all know that is used for gathering news coverage: the portable news camera. These promos show the difference just how portable cameras have come a long way in such a short time period during the late 1970s, along with the launch of ENG (Electronic News Gathering) a few years prior. The first promo, from November 1977, much of the cameras seen at the beginning of the clip used the 16mm film Auricon type, commonly used in news gathering from the 1940s to the 1970s based upon on model changes. One can only imagine how much film stock this station (as well as others) would have to be used to shoot, develop and put the story on the air (hence the old the phrase "Film at eleven", or 'ten' in the Central time zone), and the high cost to go alon...