More Highlights for Bob Sadler
Susan Dahlin, best known as co-host of PM Magazine, was also an excellent producer. Susan produced the 1991 investigative documentary “A Very Giving Person: The Blanche Taylor Moore Story.” She was convicted of killing her boyfriend by slipping arsenic into his food, and is suspected of killing three other people and nearly killing another in the same manner.
No matter the subject matter, Dahlin was very capable of tackling diverse subjects and brought a high level of professionalism and integrity to her productions. She received the regional EMMY award in 1991. Bob Sadler served as photographer on this documentary.
WRAL-TV is known nationwide for their award winning photographers. The documentary, “One Day in North Carolina,” specifically October 14, 1989, is a compilation of work by eight photographers who were picked to travel to various locations across North Carolina to chronical a day in the life of everyday people. No reporters; just photographers. The story unfolds through the lens of the camera.
The photographers were Rick Armstrong, Mark Copeland, David Creech, Art Howard, Jay Jennings, Jody Kratz, Lori Lair, Bob Sadler.
Field producers: Phyllis Parish and Susan Dahlin. Producer Peter Anlyan. Executive producer Susan Dahlin.
The first FIVE STAR Award was presented in 1983. Who was the recipient? a) P. B.Jernigan b) Bob Sadler c) Clifford Kurtz d) Charlie Gaddy 2. WRAL-TV signed on the air December 15, 1956. Name the first program to air?
The work of Ansel Adams represents the pinnacle of photography to many, forever reverent in its praise for the wonders of nature. More than 60 of Adams’ legendary photographs were placed on exhibit at the NC Museaum of Art from October 2000 to January 2001. The exhibit was called, “In Praise of Nature: Ansel Adams and Photographers of the American West.” WRAL News anchor David Crabtree and production photographer Bob Sadler, along with curator John Coffey, give us insights into the life of Adams and a look at his brilliant photography.
WRAL-TV film photographer Bob Sadler captures footage of bad accident aftermath.