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Frank Somerville

News Anchor

KTVU

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KTVU

2 Jack London Square

Oakland, California,94607

United States

Company Description

KTVU is part of Cox Media Group, an integrated broadcasting, publishing, direct marketing and digital media company that includes the national advertising rep firms of CoxReps. Additionally, CMG owns Cox Target Media, which operates Valpak, one of North Americ...more

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sharerocket.com

The interviewees included Curt Autry with WWBT in Richmond, VA; Nick Beres with WTVF in Nashville; John Gray with WTEN in Albany, NY; and Frank Somerville with KTVU in San Francisco.
Frank Somerville: "My thought is that if you tell a good story, people will listen and people will read it. Frank Somerville: "Honestly, when I first started, I knew nothing about Facebook. […] The station asked all of us to do Facebook and so I just started doing it. […] And the good thing here is that, fortunately, I enjoy telling stories. Frank Somerville: "There's that fine line. Frank Somerville: "I never liked Twitter. Frank Somerville: "What I find with Facebook is Facebook can be used in a good way and a bad way.


sharerocket.com

The interviewees included Curt Autry with WWBT in Richmond, VA; Nick Beres with WTVF in Nashville; John Gray with WTEN in Albany, NY; and Frank Somerville with KTVU in San Francisco.
Frank Somerville: “My thought is that if you tell a good story, people will listen and people will read it. Frank Somerville: “Honestly, when I first started, I knew nothing about Facebook. […] The station asked all of us to do Facebook and so I just started doing it. […] And the good thing here is that, fortunately, I enjoy telling stories. Frank Somerville: “There's that fine line. Frank Somerville: “I never liked Twitter. Frank Somerville: “What I find with Facebook is Facebook can be used in a good way and a bad way. #3: Frank Somerville - KTVU And Frank Somerville is arguably the best storyteller in the social media world. However, not all of the stories are originally his. Somerville, as an anchor in a top-10 market, clearly gets a lot of story tips. But in today’s media landscape, story pitches often come in the form of shared Facebook photos and statuses. Somerville uses those tips in many of his #RealPeopleRealStoriesRealLife posts. He began hashtagging the posts in October, but he had been posting stories in the format long before then. The posts tagged with that hashtag are often someone else’s originally, but Somerville uses his knack for storytelling to completely change the presentation.


www.ktvu.com

KTVU reporters Alex Savidge, John Sasaki and Frank Somerville are all graduates of Berkeley High.


www.esquire.com

Dey told KTVU's Frank Somerville: "I've met photographers who said that they have been coming for 11 years only to see this happen 2 or 3 times.


www.wideopenspaces.com

Frank Somerville with KTVU posted on his Facebook wall the photo with a surprising caption.


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