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Wednesday, February 8, 2006

I want my BFP TV?

Posted By on Wed, Feb 8, 2006 at 7:43 AM

They've just put up a downtown Burlington webcam at the Burlington Free Press website. Cool.

They've also got this deconstruction video — don't you mean demolition? destruction? — from the UVM Carrigan dairy building that went down this week. It's a Windows Media file. More like a TV news report than Channel-17 style uncut footage. I like it. It's building on this idea that for newspapers to survive, they have to become "community news organizations," like Michael Martine says.

Kudos to BFP online editor Allison Lazarz for making this happen.

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