Tire Business is constantly looking for ways to improve its video reporting and video newscasts, with a goal of providing readers and viewers with timely, informative and interesting stories about the tire and automotive services industries.
This ongoing effort to deliver news in new and original ways has created more demand for video reporting. That's why, beginning in 2014, we will be changing the way we bring video stories to the Tire Business readership.
Instead of the weekly NewsPoint video newscast, we now will offer videos and multimedia packages as often as possible to the stories we report online at tirebusiness.com. This also will include supplementing many online stories with exclusive tips and information not found anywhere else.
Today, Tire Business reporters rarely go anywhere without a video camera, and video reporting has become a staple in the way the publication covers the news.
We appreciate the comments from our loyal Tire Business readers about the video newscasts and hope you will enjoy this new approach, which connects the written word to the visual.
Do you give any credence to news reports trying to link cancer in youth soccer players to crumb rubber used in artificial turf?
|Yes. Where there’s smoke there’s fire.||
|No. There’s no proof to make the claim.||
|I’m undecided and think there needs to be an independent study.||
|Total votes: 136|