But it’s not as bad as last week. And it appears to be about over, if that green stuff on the radar is any indication. It was late to the party, then didn’t stay as long. I’m ok with that.
Here’s a morning video update, taped around 6:30 a.m. The OKC streets didn’t seem nearly as slick as last week, which wasn’t much fun. Still, there’s a lot of snow out there and it’s powdery and loose, so it’s slick in a snow slick way, not an icy slick way. I’m clearly not a meteorologist.
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First thing every Monday and Thursday, I arrive in the office and set up the studio to tape Berry Tramel and Jenni Carlson. Usually after a quick debrief, we get into taping 2-3 segments that will post on NewsOK over the next 2-3 days.
Today, we quickly decided Tramel should go sans jacket and sport a sweater. And that the topics would be Chris Paul (I believe he doesn’t flop anymore than anyone else), Bedlam hoops (I’m spoiled with the pro game, college doesn’t have the appeal it did) and Super Bowl pics (I’m a Dallas fan. Really? Green Bay vs Pittsburgh?)
Good stuff above, Tramel and Carlson are getting really good at the on camera stuff. Big thanks to the local Dunkin’ Donuts franchise for sponsoring our “Press Row,” which is typically our most regularly viewed video segment outside of breaking news and weather. And Sooner football.
Big thanks to our friends at Eskridge Lexus for sponsoring our Thunder videos. Our video coverage consists of post-game press conferences and analysis from Darnell Mayberry and John Rohde at the Oklahoma City Arena. We will have weekly studio shows with Mayberry and Mike Sherman. And Thunder Fastbreak segments, like above, after every road game.
Those aren’t mug shots…
Was hoping we would have a calm, easy, El Nino winter.
Sony HVR A1U in front window of Jeep Wrangler, around 5:30 am this morning driving while shivering up Western Ave in OKC.