T-Time | Teryn Gregson

Getting in the SWING of things

March 15, 2010

It is now the season for college ball. Which allows me to be outside in the glorious (almost spring) weather and shoot sports. Until next week, I had never shot baseball or softball. But I got my chance to learn last week and shoot the softball home opener. All I got was a crash course at the station and a “good luck.” To tell you the truth, I am glad that’s what happened.

Read More

NBC Winter Olympics coverage a wipeout

March 1, 2010

The 2010 Winter Olympics sadly came to a close tonight. Now I won’t have snowy, wintery awesomeness to watch while I am doing nothing. But in honor of the closing ceremonies, as someone in the broadcast business, I feel the need to comment on the coverage of the Olympics.

Read More

29 point victory over Colorado, check… K-State, to-be-determined

February 27, 2010

Last week I shot my first Missouri Men’s Basketball game. This week I got another exciting chance to do it again. Knowing more what I had to do coming into it this time, I feel like I came in more prepared. I was able to do research before hand and have an idea of what I wanted my story to be about. I also was getting a chance to do a story for not only KOMU but also for KSDK in St. Louis where I interned this summer.

Read More

Kim English Schools the Horns

February 19, 2010

On Wednesday night’s game against the Longhorns, I got to shoot my first MU basketball game. What a game to pick! (I even made it in the background of a picture on ESPN.com, which is ironic because I did a package on English’s amazing game he had.) It was an amazing game to be at, let alone be right on the sidelines shooting the game and sitting in the post-game press talks.

Read More

“V” is for voluminous amount of Valentines Day stories

February 15, 2010

Today is the wonderful Hallmark holiday of Valentines Day. The semi-fake holiday that was just created from the good old spirit of consumerism. Don’t get me wrong, I like the holiday, I did a story about the holiday this week. It was one of those stories about a holiday that every other reporter is doing. So how does one go about separating themselves from the crowd? Not just a news story in your area that everyone is covering but pretty much everyone in the country and in the world.

Read More

“The Onion” brings tears… of laughter

February 12, 2010

I was on the Onion’s sports page the other day and was immediately drawn to this article titled: Huge Chunk of Nation You’d Never Want to Meet Excited for Daytona 500. So of course I had to check it out. Like most of the articles I have discovered on the site, it was short, funny, interesting and relatable.

Read More

Access Denied… well almost

January 29, 2010

I have been working on this story all week about a fundraiser that a local high school is doing for Haiti. The teacher that is ahead of the club organizing it has been really kind and helpful with setting up interviews and such. But, he has not been completely informative about the details of the fundraiser.

Read More

Has Twitter lost its mojo?

January 22, 2010

Social media began as a fad in the online world. A fad, that I have to admit, was not one that I wanted to be apart of at first (but of course I have changed my mind.) I was a late adopter of Facebook, I didn’t create my own page until I graduated high school which was about 3 years after it hit the scene.

Read More

Thanks for stopping by!

Subscribe to my email list and I'll send you updates on what I'm working on, my takeaways from the golf landscape each week, a Monday recap video and more!