I was one of about 50 media outlets that received credentials to cover the Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl arraignment at Fort Bragg on Dec. 22, 2015.
I knew a lot of eyes were going to be on this story and I wanted to give our readers as much as I could.
Obviously, I wrote a story for next day's paper.
But I also called in updates for our story online, tweeted and filmed a video clip to be posted online.
Scroll through this post to see all of the work that went into this story as it developed.
Excerpt from story:
Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl stood, stared straight ahead and remained quiet as his military-appoitned lawyer spoke for him.
"The accused wishes to defer plea and motions," said Lt. Col. Frank Rosenblatt, Bergdahl's lawyer.
Bergdahl, who was held by the Taliban for five years, stood in a fort Bragg courtroom to answer allegations that he walked off his remote base in Afghanistan and misbehaved in front of the enemy.
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VIDEO: I used my iPhone 6 to take a video clip of Col. Daniel King, spokesman for U.S. Army Forces Command, as he brief the media following Bergdahl's arraignment.
TWEETING: Lots of tweeting.
PHOTOS: Behind-the-scenes photos, some of which I tweeted.
Public affairs officers for Fort Bragg distribute credentials to media about three hours before Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl's arraignment began on Dec. 22, 2015.
Broadcast television crews set up while media waits for Col. Daniel King, spokesman for U.S. Army Forces Command, to provide a briefing following Bergdahl's arraignment.
In the media van, leaving the Fort Bragg courthouse for the day.
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