Part 1: The Impact of Broadcast TV
OUTdrive Episode 143 with Josh Tomlinson
Many businesses look for creative ways to inform, educate, and entertain their audience. Nowadays it can be hard to capture attention or know what forms of media will reach your target audience in rural America. While there are countless new media options to choose from, getting back into broadcast TV may be the right move for your business. Today’s guest, Josh Tomlinson, brings insight from PBS affiliate KMOS-TV out of Warrensburg which primarily focuses on serving folks across the state of Missouri.
Josh Tomlinson, has worked at PBS affiliate KMOS-TV for the last 15 years in Warrensburg, MO, and has served as General Manager and Director of Broadcasting for the last six years. In his current role, he oversees various broadcasting functions and manages a group of people, both full-timers and students. Prior to that, Josh earned a degree from the University of Central Missouri. After college, he took on several freelancing opportunities that allowed him to utilize his skills in videography and information technology before landing the position with KMOS – TV. Learn what makes KMOS-TV unique, how he competes for viewership, and find out why Josh believes that there is a bright future for broadcast television.
Tune into part 1 of a 2-part series and listen to Josh Tomlinson discuss the impact broadcasting has in today’s world, from over-the-top streaming to cable, and how Missourians can support their local PBS affiliate stations