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Monday, April 28, 2014

Open line: The drones take over

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click to enlarge EYE IN THE SKY: Tim Trieschmann owns three drones to make aerial news film. - ARKANSAS BUSINESS
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  • EYE IN THE SKY: Tim Trieschmann owns three drones to make aerial news film.

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* DRONING ONLuke Jones at Arkansas Business has a good report on the increasing use of drones by Little Rock TV stations to obtain aerial news footage. A lot cheaper than a helicopter and it was used to great effect yesterday and today, as footage by Brian Emfinger of KAT below and others show. (And speaking of Arkansas Business: They are reporting about three new departures from Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods, the marketing firm.)



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