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Larry M. Hatteberg

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KAKE

HQ Phone:  (316) 943-4221

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KAKE

1500 NW St

Wichita, Kansas,67203

United States

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Employment History

Photojournalist

Kansas People


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The Kansas-West Annual Conference of the United Methodist Church

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A special program was added to the festival this year, "Boots and Stetsons: The Kansas Cowboy," which featured Larry Hatteberg of KAKE-TV as emcee, Averill and Dr. James Hoy, Emporia State University and program scholar for the Kansas Humanities Council.


We're Not Special Anymore by Larry Hatteberg - The Digital Journalist

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by Larry Hatteberg
It's almost a sensation of "This isn't the guy from the TV station, this is my friend Larry who happens to have a video camera. For 36 years, Larry Hatteberg has brought a special kind of television to Kansas. His constant search for ordinary people whose stories illuminate larger issues, put him in a position to develop a personal relationship with Kansas viewers. Throughout the nation, he is known as a video storyteller who can "touch" people with his television journalism. His "Hatteberg's People" series is the longest running television feature in Kansas. His recently published book Larry Hatteberg's Kansas People , based on the television series, is a best-seller. It profiles 75 Kansans who make the state a unique place to live. His second book profiles 85 additional Kansas people and was published in 1994. Larry's television career began at KAKE in 1963 when he started as a part-time film lab technician. He's been a photographer, chief photographer, assistant news director, executive news director and is now prime-time co-anchor of KAKE News At Five with co-anchor Susan Peters. He is also the co-host of the local segments of the Jerry Lewis Muscular Dystrophy Labor Day Telethon. As a past president of the National Press Photographers Association there are few major awards Larry hasn't won. He was named twice the prestigious "National Press Photographers Television News Cameraman of the Year. He is one of only a select few in the nation who have won that award twice. He received three of the highest awards in photojournalism given by the National Press Photographers Association. The "Joseph Sprague Memorial Award," the highest award in photojournalism, was given for his leadership in national television Photojournalism. The "Joseph Costa Award" was given for outstanding initiative, leadership and service to the National Press Photographers Association, and the "Robin F. Garland Award for Education" granted for outstanding service as a photojournalism educator. He was a national semi-finalist for NASA's "Journalist-in-Space" program out of 1,800 applicants.


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Copeland with his idol, Larry Hatteberg, who was a newscaster and photojournalist at KAKE-TV, channel 10 in Wichita for 51 years.


Elder Abuse News | Evans Law Firm

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"Event Aims to Spread Word about Elder Abuse" - Larry Hatteberg of KAKE Channel 10 will host a free event Tuesday at Botanica featuring a senior fair, a balloon launch and a talk by District Attorney Nola Foulston . - Kansas.com - June 25, 2011 (KANSAS)


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Vicky Collins and Larry Hatteberg
Darrell Barton, Larry Hatteberg and the memory of Bob Brandon. I met Larry Hatteberg when I came to Wichita, Kansas in 1981 to be a news producer at KAKE TV. Prior to that I was a production assistant at KRON TV in San Francisco. Part of my job description was to make coffee. I had never produced a show. I was as green as could be. At one point Larry told me I reminded him of Jane in "Broadcast News." I made so many mistakes in my early days as a producer but one of the smartest moves of my career was to study how Larry Hatteberg crafted stories. Larry taught me to write to pictures and natural sound. He showed me how to be intimate with subjects and respect them. Even if he was interviewing a dirt poor farmer for "Hatteberg's People" he never condescended and always listened carefully to what they had to say. Every person he met could inspire and teach us how to live a better life. And when he edited he laid the pictures and sound down first then added the words to finish the piece. Larry did this in a two minute story or a documentary. Pictures always led. The enduring legacy of Larry Hatteberg, Bob Brandon and Darrell Barton is they set the standard for television storytellers and continue to raise others up to be the best they can be. While we all socialized, Ben McCoy, one of the finest photojournalists I know, came up to Larry to shake his hand. Posted in Colorado, Inspiration, Media, News, News and Views, Photography, Random Thoughts, Television | Tagged Ben McCoy, Bob Brandon, Broadcast News, California, Darrell Barton, Hatteberg's People, KAKE TV, Kansas, KRON TV, Larry Hatteberg, San Francisco, Wichita | 3 Comments


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