Stanley W. Fields, founder and chief executive officer of United News International, plans to use the proceeds of the stock offering to expand the newsroom, station backpack reporter/anchors in national capital regions around the world, and establish a worldwide network of journalists connected with UNI through a proprietary app.
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Anchors Neela Eyunni (left) and Cambrie Caldwell prepare to record studio stand-ups at United News International’s U.S. headquarters. Each UNI anchor writes his or her own one-minute scripts, as well as reads scripts written by UNI’s writing staff.
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Anchor Rachael Latham reads a one-minute script against a green screen in United News International’s U.S. studio. Video editors will combine Latham’s on-screen recording with supporting video footage and graphics to compose the final one-minute video.
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Video editor Andrea Horn scours the internet and other sources for images to illustrate a one-minute video anchored by Caitlin Mangum in Washington, D.C. United News International relies on the Fair Use Doctrine of U.S. copyright law to create what are known as transformative works of journalism.
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