Episode 17 – Sally French: The Drone Girl!

Logo 600 x 600Welcome to the Drone Law Today Podcast! In this episode, we speak with journalist Sally French, known to the Twitter world as @TheDroneGirl. Sally covers “all things drone” as a reporter for The Wall Street Journal’s MarketWatch. She was part of the team that launched the Drone Journalism program at the Missouri School of Journalism. There, she worked with a local NPR station to use aerial video from drones for reporting on natural disasters and environmental trends. She formerly worked with nonprofit Investigative Reporters and Editors and on the Investigative Unit at NBC Los Angeles. An early adopter of “drone journalism,” she has documented drones through her site, TheDroneGirl.com and was also named one of Forbes Magazine’s “Most Influential Women in Drones.”

Join us for a wide-ranging conversation on drones in journalism and the academic world, including an inside view of the first ever “drone delivery” at Harvard University! While you’re at it, check out Sally’s article on the different regulatory approaches the government is taking toward Drones and Driverless Cars. Listen in for more!

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