Early in January, the Watershed Post's two-person staff trucked down to Kingston for a taping of "Kingston NOW." The episode, which aired last night on WRNN-TV, was about digital newsmaking, and featured us along with one of our favorite local self-made newshounds: Clark Richters, who runs the plucky and indefatigable Kingston News.
We had a great time with Jimmy Buff, the show's anchor. (You may know him from his day job as program director and afternoon drive host at Radio Woodstock's WDST.) We talked about our favorite subject: covering disasters in an internet age. You can watch the whole 30-minute show above.