Neal Shapiro is longtime network news producer and former president of NBC News, now president and CEO of WNET/Thirteen, the flagship PBS station in New York.
He says that video journalism has changed but elements of success remains the same, truth, integrity and balanced reporting.
I spoke with Neal last week at his Manhattan offices. We covered the changing nature of video journalism and the opportunities for WNET and PBS online.
We spoke about the nightly news program WNET is producing called Worldfocus.
Here's a New York Times feature story on Neal written by Elizabeth Jensen last year.
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