Among the aftermath of the Moore, Oklahoma tornado, Kaufman is working with CNN in covering the memorial service of the Joplin, Missouri tornado of 2011. Our uplink engineer, Mike Sanford, posted a blog “Joplin Tornado – A Look Back…One Year Later” in 2012. He wrote about a particular moment that occurred that day: “At one [...]
Posted by Mike Sanford, August 15, 2012 Two events…three days…two cities separated by 510 miles…that kind of weekend is more common than you’d think here at Kaufman. In fact, that sort of travel-job-travel-job schedule is very common in the wider world of broadcasting. So, what made this past weekend a little different from the others? [...]
Posted by Mike Sanford, July 6, 2012 Browsing through a list of internet news stories this week, there was one special article that caught my eye. It was a story based on the demolition of Mellon Arena, also known as Civic Arena, located in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. The article featured a time-lapsed video that snapped periodic [...]
Kaufman Broadcast would like to welcome the newest addition to the Junior Broadcast Engineer Program, Trenton Michael Sanford, weighing in at 8lbs 11oz. He should be ready for the 2030 buy viagra college football season, but his mama may not be ready to let him leave the nest. Congrats to the happy vendita cialis parents [...]
Posted by Mike Sanford, June 15, 2012 Counting down the days to fatherhood is how I’ve spent my recent weeks in life. June 26th 2012 marks the due date of my wife Erin and I’s first born child. viagra online pharmacy Excitement, anxiety and enthusiasm are just a few of the many emotions pouring through [...]
There is no off-season in the NFL. Newly fitted St. Louis Rams Head Coach Jeff Fisher discusses his recent hire and what to expect of the 2012 season with CBS Sports’ Jim Rome. We were there to bring it live!
Posted by Mike Sanford, May 22, 2012 Tuesday, May 22nd marks the one year anniversary of the tragic tornado that struck the heart of America, the small Midwestern town of Joplin, Missouri. The catastrophic EF5 Tornado reached a width of one mile and crashed through the Southern portion of the city. The storm only [...]