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  1. Tonight at 5pm, Lilly Broadcasting's Erie duopoly launched a new (I'm assuming in-house) graphics package, and switched over to This Is Home V2 by WCPM. Overall, the look isn't bad, but there are some adjustments that need to be made. It is definitely more flexible than the previous package, so I'm excited to see what they have down the line. I'll post a better video later, as this doesn't showcase the full "scope" of the package.
  2. This is an interesting job posting from Lilly's Erie stations (WICU/WSEE)... -"Full-time multimedia journalist to report on programs and projects helping people who are economically disadvantaged. We will highlight solutions and creative ideas making a difference in Northwest Pennsylvania." -Also says they'll hire former print or digital reporters for the position. Could this be the start of a return to beat reporting? Do other stations have positions like this? They are lucky they got the new ND that they did. (Scott MacDowell from WIAT). I met him...

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