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In Arkansas, Drones Take Place of News Choppers

In Arkansas, Drones Take Place of News Choppers
Tim Trieschmann, an aerial photographer in Little Rock, has three multirotor drones.

The days of the humble news chopper are waning. It's now cheaper, easier and more effective to shoot stories with drones. News stations are adapting to this change in different ways. Some are hiring freelancers with access to the technology.
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Acxiom Wins 15 Internet Ad Awards

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