Anthony Moor

Exploring Media in Transformation | Transforming in Media Exploration

/ˌtrænsfərˈmeɪʃən/ n. 1: a process of change from one form to another.

published work

Links to presentations, articles, reports and sundry other traces I've left as a journalist and digital practitioner

ERA: Television reporting

(Find additional stories and series segments in my YouTube reporting archive)

In 1998, California enacted the most wide ranging ban on smoking in the U.S., virtually outlawing smoking indoors in public spaces, as a public health measure. I thought it would be interesting to go to the part of the country where smoking laws were the loosest. It's no surprise that was in tobacco country, North Carolina.

What will your life be like in 20 years? We are on the verge of revolutionary changes in the way we work and live. There are doctors, scientists, engineers, and philosophers who are working hard to bring our future into focus. Newscenter4's Anthony Moor has our first look at the Bay Area in 2020.

Reporting from the collapsed Cypress Freeway, October 17, 1989.

The first dot-com boom hit a frenzied peak in 1999, as venture capitalists funded almost any idea with a website attached. Reporter Anthony Moor looked into why for this Aug. 5, 1999 story.
A report on the entry level position in the burgeoning PC video game industry circa 1998 at Lucas Arts Entertainment, maker of the Star Wars franchise.

Jeb Bush was known only as the son of the Vice President and Republican nominee when he made the rounds at the Republican Convention in 1988.

May 8, 1987 report near the Santa Fe Trail's terminus when it was named a National Historic Trail.

Era: Newspaper.coms

These are links to presentations on digital news practice as well as a few published projects, some retrieved from the Wayback Machine. This group is from my time at the Dallas Morning News:

At The Orlando Sentinel:

At the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle:

era:  SF and Silicon VAlley Startups

My work at digital native media companies encompassed reporting, editorial operations and product management:

Report on Jan. 9, 2001 Macworld Expo keynote by Apple C.E.O. Steve Jobs.

Talking real estate on Fox & Friends.