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WVPA Sharing: Newspaper provides multimedia coverage of water crisis

Video is a must-see item for all WVPA newspapers

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Want to see what West Virginia newspapers are providing “viewers” of the publication’s multimedia features.

The Charleston Daily Mail’s Elaine McMillion, with assistance from fellow DM staffer Dave Boucher, gives subscribers an video update of the ongoing water crisis in the regional around Charleston, W.Va.

SEE THE VIDEO HERE: http://www.charlestondailymail.com/News/201401110002

As noted in the latest wvpress extra blog –  https://wvpress.wpengine.com/?p=3073    – our reporters are taking journalism into new areas.

Is your newspaper offering video? If not, you need to consider the option and investigate the opportunities. Give the WVPA a call – 304-342-1011 – for more information.

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