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Collaboration and Confirmation

I think our convergence efforts so far have been better in the morning but dwindle by the afternoon. I think we do a good job in the morning meeting, working with ARN and the web team to send reporters out on different stories and use our combined resources to cover as much as possible. However, by the afternoon we are less focused on the other outlets and what they are working on. Although we sometimes use sound or information that ARN reporters have acquired, we aren't always checking with them to gain even more material.

One thing we can try to do is include the producers of ARN and the web in one of our afternoon producer meetings. That way we can all get on the same page and share anything important that we may have. This will help us produce better, more informed content because we will have information coming from multiple sources in the media center to ensure full coverage on a particular story.

One thing that others can try to do is constantly be checking with ATVN producers and letting us know when their stories are developing. Sometimes, as the day goes on, we get more and more stressed and have less time to check up on things that aren’t right in front of us. That is why it is easier for others to try to come to us and confirm that we are constantly aware of any new developments and information that they may be receiving.

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