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video"That’s the way people are telling their stories so for people wanting to go into broadcast journalism we’re finding local news is making more money than national news and it’s those local stories that get people to watch the 5:30 or 6 pm newscast" he said "They want to know what’s going on in their home communities" ChangesErik Siemers is the managing editor for the Portland Business Journal but when he took over the Dakota Student right after the 1997 flood his biggest problem at the time was finding staff membersBack then page count varied based on ad revenue and the paper was printed twice each week without the threat of being made irrelevant by the Internet Ad revenue was so high Siemers said they were able to print 20-page editions"It was pretty much just like every other newspaper in the country" he said "The golden era"Siemers had the financial leeway to print a guide for the UND Writers Conference one year and also was able to attend a journalism conference in San 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sponsoring articles and while he briefly thought about it he ultimately decided not to go that routeAt the same time he doesn’t want to ask UND Student Government for more funding"It’s a hard thing to go up to student government and say ‘We need more money’ while still saying ‘We want the same level of independence we’ve always had and the same benefits’" Bertsch saidKlosterman said in order to make good journalism a priority UND should increase the Dakota Student’s funding while also being willing to allow its independanceTo increase ad revenue Bertsch said he’s looking at increasing the online presence of the Dakota Student and using more video"I know I’m not great at web design or design in general but I know if you get the right people who can do it you can make it look and function the way you want" he saidStudio One is also turning to online content and social media not as a way to stay afloat but rather to teach students how to reach an audienceBrode said in his 30 years at UND he has watched Studio One go from being watched once at its set broadcast time to being cut into short segments for online distribution on YouTube and through social media"When we talk to our graduates who are out there in the TV business many of them will tell us the typical news broadcast doesn’t earn as much money as they used to" he said "It’s all the other things they’re doing"Facing the futureStudio One is shot within UND’s Television Center which also houses video production services for various UND programs The space can also be used to shoot contract work for outside entities when it is empty during the summerUND spokesman Peter Johnson said unless a project was specifically contracted out most of UND’s promotional videos have been shot in the Television Center"The TV Center is a unique area on campus because it fulfills both the institution’s academic mission and a service mission" Brode saidAt the center Studio One students are able to use production technology and camera 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