The Ed and Bob Show gets a crowd


My favorite events to cover are the ones where the average citizen attends and looks to work within the system.The photo above is exactly why I continue to push the envelope using the latest technology. This picture has three stories going on. We have State Committee member Ted Hatfield and his beautiful wife Carla, coming in and getting their photo taken by Kim Thomas.  We have at large commissioners Ed Brantly and Bob Thomas helping a citizen, and then in the back, we have commissioner Carson Daily, deep in conversation with a community member. 

The event was well attended and a number of members of the community arrived with serious questions.  Here is the photo roll in 360, Foward Looking Infra Red and 2D. 

Ed and Bob Show


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Heroic Firefighters- Enhanced 360 Press Confernce

Firefighters Honored for Freeing Teenager, Saving His Finger 

Congratulations to the five City firefighters with Engine 1 and Rescue 1, who last summer freed a 19-year-old man whose finger had gotten stuck in the frame support of his truck. The firefighters were able to spare the teen from losing his index finger.

For their actions, Captain. Cecil Risden and Jack Lay, Master Firefighters Matt Beavers and Rusty Jenkins, and Senior Firefighter Jacob Mason were honored today as Firefighters of the 3rd Quarter 2016. The firefighters used a metal saw to remove part of the frame support and free the patient enough to be transported to the University of Tennessee Medical Center’s emergency room via Rural/Metro Ambulance – albeit with the piece of metal still attached. As doctors were preparing to amputate the victim’s finger, Rescue 1 team members Risden and Beavers attempted one final time to separate the metal from flesh. With hydraulic spreaders and a band saw, they were able to cut the frame near the lodged finger, then carefully used the spreaders to push the metal far enough apart to safely remove the young man’s finger.

From left: Chief Stan Sharp,  Capt. Cecil Risden, Capt. Jack Lay, Master Firefighter Matt Beavers, Master Firefighter Rusty Jenkins, Senior Firefighter Jacob Mason,  and Mayor Madeline Rogero Photo courtesy of City of Knoxville

From left: Chief Stan Sharp, Capt. Cecil Risden, Capt. Jack Lay, Master Firefighter Matt Beavers, Master Firefighter Rusty Jenkins, Senior Firefighter Jacob Mason, and Mayor Madeline Rogero Photo courtesy of City of Knoxville



League of Woman Voters in 360

Today three of Knoxville's leading experts from the news industry, sat down and gave an honest and candid discussion about the news industry.

Here is the press release and below are some of my photos from the event.

What: LWV local news media forum
When: Saturday, February 18, 2017 - 1:30pm
Where: Lawson McGhee Library community room, 500 W. Church Ave

KNOXVILLE, TN - Have you ever wondered how newsmakers choose what stories to tell? The League of Women Voters of Knoxville/Knox County (LWVKKC) wants to help demystify this process for the public by allowing you to hear from some of our local media. Members of the League and the general public are invited to join us on Saturday, February 18th from 1:30 - 3:30 in the community room at Lawson McGhee Library (500 W. Church Ave Knoxville, TN 37902). We will be joined by the following panelists:

Brandon Hollingsworth, host of WUOT's All Things Considered

Jack McElroy, Editor of the Knoxville News Sentinel

Jay Quaintance, Assistant News Director at WATE

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization encourages informed and active participation in government, works to increase understanding of major public policy issues, and influences public policy through education and advocacy. We also have a bonus of two photos from the Republican Committee meeting.