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Tip Your Huge Media Market Giant

A team of reporters from WSB-TV Channel 2 television news was there; someone apparently tipped them off to the arrest beforehand. The station has had exclusive access to the court proceedings since then.

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Elon Alumni and WSB-TV Anchor, Matt Belanger discusses the importance of investing in a story

By Maritza Gonzalez 

Elon, N.C. – As a crowd of alumni’s cluttered the sidewalks of Elon University for Homecoming weekend, 2005 Alumni Matt Belanger visited familiar territory and spoke to Communication students about his career as anchor of WSB-TV. 432 more words

Reporting For The Public Good

From ELN to ABC, Belanger returns to Alma Mater to stress the importance of curiosity

Photos by Emily Stone

Persistence, determination, and building a trust – these are the vital qualities of a true journalist as discussed by Matt Belanger… 452 more words

WSB-TV anchor, reporter Matt Belanger urges Elon journalists to be persistent and sociable during news gathering process

Multimedia reporting by Bryan Anderson

’05 Elon University alum and WSB-TV anchor and reporter Matt Belanger spread red tape across the Pennsylvania Capitol Building in response to the government’s refusal to provide him with data on waste in welfare funding. 359 more words


Gamers flush out hoaxer on WSB-TV; station retracts story about gamer claiming to know Virginia killer

A few days after the WDBJ-TV news crew was gunned down during a live report in Virginia, someone in Atlanta, GA decided to take advantage of the situation. 908 more words

News Now

Election call: Ads rule TV

Tonight begins a depressing series of debates, presidential primaries, and then the 2016 general election.

Depressing unless you own or run a TV station with a flair for local news. 227 more words


Legendary Atlanta TV anchor Monica Pearson to be honored at NABJ convention

MINNEAPOLIS — Monica Pearson, who made history as the first ever African American to become an anchor for the daily news broadcast in Atlanta, will receive the highest media honor during the National Association of Black Journalists Convention in Minnesota this year. 97 more words