Intel, which wowed folks with its synchronized drone show at the Olympics, is at it again, with a drone show at the Coachella music festival near Palm Springs Sunday. We sit down with an Intel exec who explains how it works, and why Intel is pushing the idea of dancing drones. USA TODAY (Waldy Diez video … More How Intel pulls off the drone shows
By Delisa Morris (Newhouse Insider) – Waldy Diez – Broadcast and Digital Journalism (BDJ) G’15 – answered a few questions about her exciting and beneficial internship experience at USA Today as a video and multimedia intern. What resources did you use to acquire your internship? The BDJ program has a built-in capstone internship. However, I did … More Insider Knowledge: A Broadcast & Digital Journalism Internship
(USA Today) President Barack Obama will appear on a special episode of the NBC show ‘Running Wild with Bear Grylls.’ Bear Grylls eats a lot of strange things to survive. Here are some of the grossest. USA TODAY
(USA Today) Christopher Duffley is a 14-year-old blind teenager with autism. USA Today’s Waldy Diez talks to him about how he got involved with singing from a young age.
By Waldy Diez (USA Today College) – You’ve been to them. And they’re either great or downright horrible. That’s right — I’m talking about college parties.
(USA Today) USA TODAY’s Chris Woodyard talks to Jack Redman of Huntington Beach, CA about how his 1953 Nash Rambler American has a “mash up” of parts from different years. Video by Dan MacMedan and Waldy Diez
(USA Today) USA TODAY’s Chris Woodyard talks to Stuart Roch of Tustin, CA who owns a 1935 Ford pickup hot rod with a 1949 Oldsmobile Rocket engine and frequently drives it around Southern California. Video by Waldy Diez.
(USA Today) USA TODAY’s Chris Woodyard talks to Phil Hammel of Mission Viejo, Calif., about his MG TC roadster, once used at race tracks. Video by Dan MacMedan and Waldy Diez
By Waldy Diez (USA Today) – Despite at least two dozen shark attacks this year making major headlines, sharks are not out to get you, experts say. “They are not the indiscriminate eating machines that they were once made out to be,” said diver Holly Bourbon, curator of large-fish exhibits and dive safety officer at the … More The science of sharks: More than ‘mindless eating machines’
(USA TODAY) Tug of War isn’t just for children anymore. About 650 people came out to watch police officers and firefighters compete at this international event. More than 12,000 international athletes compete in more than 65 Olympic-style games. Waldy Diez, USA TODAY