With the NBC network celebrating its 70th anniversary, we are reminded that television and radio are legacy mediums. So much so, that they are occasionally referred to as dinosaurs. Nothing could be further from the truth. Unlike dinosaurs, broadcast has evolved to remain relevant. Alabama Broadcasters Association President Sharon Tinsley reminded us of some significant milestones in broadcast history but, more importantly, she showed what to expect in the future. As part of
Available for more freelance work. Based in the Birmingham area. Donna Francavilla is an international CBS radio and local television journalist and founder of Frankly Speaking Communications, LLC, a boutique public relations firm offering voice-over work, public speaking, presentation assistance, media training, and strategic marketing planning. FSC is a certified minority-owned, women-owned business by the State of Alabama. She is a REV Birmingham Co-Starters 2015 graduate.
Retired and not available for freelance work. Based in the Birmingham area. Peggy Gargis' career was bookended by her first love: print news. After a brief stint at her hometown newspaper, Gargis spent two decades in medical editing and technical writing. From 2003-2012, as a stringer for Reuters (Thomson Reuters), she covered corporate and political corruption trials, church arsons, and natural disasters, among other Alabama news. AMP member since 1996. Contact through email