What TV Reporter Wendy Rieger Learned From Washington

From a Washington Post story by media reporter Paul Farhi headlined “What Wendy Rieger learned from Washington”:

Early in her career as a TV reporter in Washington, Wendy Rieger covered a vigil by the family and friends of two men whose plane had gone missing. The group camped at a municipal airport for several days, and Rieger got to know them during her daily live updates from the scene.

One day, just before airtime, a search team reported that it had found the small plane’s wreckage in a remote location. There were no survivors. As she went on the air, Rieger was close enough to hear the gasps and anguished cries from the families.