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Gary LaPlante as Seen in the Media

With a profound background in broadcasting, Gary had the pleasure of making various media appearances of as late. More specifically, he participate in a few exclusive interviews and gave his expertise in a few feature articles. On digital interview platforms such as Inspirery, Ideamensch, and Interview.net, Gary discussed his early life. In addition, he briefly touched on the education he pursued and how that got him into broadcasting. He further explained why he feels passionate about the industry as well as what he has achieved over the years. Last but not least, Gary talks about his personal life and what inspires as well as motivates him on a daily basis.

Aside from interviews, LaPlante also provided readers with his insight into the broadcasting industry in a few feature articles. More specifically, on Techbullion, he talks about the various ways in which technology has impacted the media. With 25 years of experience in broadcasting, he has witnessed effects of technological advances on media and communications. On Prague Post, he shares his views on some of the best ways to cover a Superbowl as well as how the Superbowl has evolved over the years.

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LaPlante Named News Director For CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV

BOSTON – Gary LaPlante has been named News Director for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV. It was announced today by Mark Lund, President and General Manager for CBS Boston’s WBZ-TV and myTV38 (WSBK-TV). LaPlante’s first day will be Monday, August 11, 2014.

Q&A With Gary LaPlante, Broadcasting Professional – INTERVIEW

Gary is a veteran newsroom manager with more than 25 years experience in broadcasting. Most recently he has been a manager at three different television stations in Boston – including a stint at WBZ, the CBS station.

Gary LaPlante | Inspirery

Gary LaPlante is a veteran broadcaster with more than 25 years experience. He has been a newsroom executive for stations such as CBS and FOX. Most recently he has been a manager at three different television stations in Boston. LaPlante began his career in radio while still in high school.

Gary LaPlante | Crunchbase

Broadcasting veteran LaPlante is an experienced media and communications manager located in the Boston area. He has more than 25 years of experience in the …

Gary LaPlante on the Ways Technology Has Impacted the Media | TechBullion

Technology has made a huge impact on the media and communications. As technology develops, the speed of the news cycle has turned from a once-a-day event to a constant stream of information. The information has become democratized, with every smartphone user able to create content on the fly and share it to local news outlets.

Gary LaPlante Nominated for Two Emmy(R) Awards for Coverage of 2018 Merrimack Valley Gas Disaster

Gary LaPlante is an Accomplished Journalist and New England Native with More Than 25 Years of Experience in the Broadcasting Industry; He Has a Passion for Storytelling and Investigating the Truth BOSTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / May 6, 2019 / Vet

Gary LaPlante Nominated – Baystreet.ca

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Gary LaPlante Nominated for Two Emmy(R) Awards for Coverage of 2018 Merrimack Valley Gas Disaster

Gary LaPlante is an Accomplished Journalist and New England Native with More Than 25 Years of Experience in the Broadcasting Industry; He Has a Passion for Storytelling and Investigating the Truth BOSTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / May 6, 2019 / Veteran journalist LaPlante has been nominated for two Boston/New England Emmy’s® for outstanding coverage of the Merrimack Valley gas disaster in the Fall of 2018.

Gary LaPlante Nominated for Two Emmy(R) Awards for Coverage of 2018 Merrimack Valley Gas Disaster

BOSTON, MA / ACCESSWIRE / May 6, 2019 / Veteran journalist LaPlante has been nominated for two Boston/New England Emmy’s® for outstanding coverage of the Merrimack Valley gas disaster in the Fall of 2018. Gary LaPlante has been nominated in two categories along with colleagues from WHDH – Continuing