WILMINGTON, NC (WSFX) - We're live on YouTube and Google Plus every night at 10 p.m. EST.
Don't just watch the news, be a part of it! You can watch the livesteam at the same time talk with Jon, Michelle, Robb, Nikki and Bob about the news.
Here's what we're talking about tonight:
+Special report on marijuana in NC – as more states are open to legalizing pot, local authorities say it's more dangerous than we know
+The main train track in Bladenboro is now open, after a derailment that evacuated a town, but cleanup will continue for quite some time. We'll give you the timeframe.
+NHC authorities are asking for help finding a woman who's been missing since September.
+Alabama teacher suspended for calling First Lady Michelle Obama "fat butt" and for using derogatory language to describe gays
+A Michigan man decided to treat his arraignment like an audition and rapped in his response to charges of threatening to kill his girlfriend. The judge actually said he was impressed.
+A new "sleep studio" in Austria will give customers 30 minutes of rest… would you buy into it?
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Frequently Asked Questions:
How do we do it?
We use Google Plus every night. Google Plus is Google's social network.
What is a hangout?
A hangout is a way for several people to talk at once. It's great for families, friends, or in our case, the news. You can hangout in private or you can select the option to have a Hangout on Air, which is what we do for the news. That means that our hangout streams live over YouTube. When you host an HOA, you can also change the YouTube settings to private.
Why Google Plus?
We use Google Plus because the technology is way ahead of the curve. We are also still on Facebook and Twitter. We like G+ because the technology allows us to cover news in new ways. We can interview anyone from anytime. If we're out in the field and use Google Plus, it's like being a mobile news station. And if we host HOAs, then we can save the recording.
Is anyone else on Google Plus? Yes, there are millions of people on Google Plus. We, however, are the only local news station in the country with an integrated live news feed on Google Plus.
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