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Reporter's Journal: join our Morning Meetings on Facebook Live

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KUAM News Director Nick Delgado talks about Morning Meetings, our news-centric production roundtable discussion on Facebook Live every Monday that features YOUR input, comments, tips and feedback about what's going on around Guam.

You'll have a direct voice in our show and how we stack that day's newscast. It's an amazing experience that's not just behind the scenes, but in the trenches as we gather, report and present the day's stories. Nothing is out of bounds and the entire show is collaborative and free-form, so join us and let us know what you want us to be covering, and what stories you most want to see.

 

You can learn more about Morning Meeting as part of our Starting Lineup livestreams each weekday here.

 

 

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