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American Idol Finale Pre-show Live Stream

May 16th, 2013 at 12:29 pm by under Face of Fox

To all my die-hard American Idol fans, tonight is the night! The finale to see if its going to be Candice Glover or Kree Harrison as our Season 12 American Idol. But did you know their is going to be a Pre-Show?

AMERICAN IDOL® is offering fans an all-access, online VIP pass to the star-studded red carpet action prior to the Season 12 Finale on the AMERICAN IDOL® – Finale LIVE Pre-Show. The 90-minute live stream, available at www.americanidol.com and www.livestream.com, will originate from the red carpet at the Nokia Theater L.A. LIVE and will be hosted by Jim Cantiello, Jessica York and Season 10 fan-favorite Pia Toscano.

Here is the link to the Live Stream… You dont want to miss this. The show is going to keep you on the edge of your seat.


Action Packed Newsroom for Election Night

November 7th, 2012 at 10:45 am by under Face of Fox

As we all know, last night was a night full of politics, voting, counting, and projecting. With all the breaking results, it was a BIG night for news. Being the Face of Fox, I got the task of being part of the breaking news team to update election results through our social media sites. This gave me access to the behind the scenes look of how rapid it is in the KRQE newsroom when every minute there is something happening. There were producers running everywhere with scripts, people on phones getting updated results, reporters live on the street. It was like a constantly moving machine, getting updates in real time and putting information out to our viewers at the same time.

Here at the news desk, folks are in the zone getting up to the second information to be broadcasted live within minutes.

Here you see Anchor Dean Staley seconds before he goes on air, giving election results.

Dick Knipfing and Gabe Sanchez giving political analysis on Propositions on the ballot.

It was cool experience being in the midst of the non-stop election coverage, seeing how much goes into making television happen. Also, it was an eye-opening experience for me using social media as a way to update people on the status of the election.