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WCAX Nulhegan Abenaki Land Purchase PKG 12-22-12

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By Cat Viglienzoni — December 26, 2012

Over the weekend I was out on a reporter shift (day 6 of the work week!) — and it was my most on-the-road reporter shift yet. It involved a trip up to Barton, VT (that’s a couple hours away from where we’re based in South Burlington), in the snow, in 20-degree temperatures.

Sounds fun, right? I should have dressed warmer because I couldn’t feel my toes at the end (especially in the standup)! In fairness, when I left the house it said it would be 36 degrees…

This was an important story to do though, because of the long road to land ownership that the tribe faced. It aired on WCAX on Saturday, December 22 and again on that Monday.

I had to log that piece and write it in the car on the way back –we got back to the station with an hour before showtime, so I had to type up the piece as fast as I could and hand it off to Mark to edit while I wrote and edited my VO/SOT on holiday skiing. But I got it in and done on time, so that was great.

And then I got the employee recognition of the week for that and the fact that I then came in on my Sunday to help with producing and a breaking news fire. Never a dull moment…



Written by Cat Viglienzoni

December 26, 2012 at 3:56 PM

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