Next Monday is Marathon Monday in Boston and its surrounding towns.
While the Tsarnaev trial is still going on and is reminding everyone of the 2013 wounds, it is important to keep the area secured.
In Drones Banned, But Few Other Changes To Boston Marathon Security Despite MEMA Report, for WGBH, Rupa Shenoy explained what the new security measures.
Shenoy did a great job in her radio program. She gathered quotes from key people, such as Kurt Schwartz, State Homeland Security Undersecretary, and Jack Pilecki, Wellesley Deputy Police Chief.
The program was clear and detailed, although, it probably could have been shorter. Four minutes of a program spent on one topic, can be a little risky as the audience doesn’t always pay attention for this long.
The article is well written and adds some more details to the story.
I couldn’t find any similar stories on any newspapers this morning, so good job!
The two downsides would be that Shenoy advertise a story about drones and talked only briefly about them. And the online story only has two tags, which is not enough for it to have a good chance to be found on a simple Google search about the 2015 Marathon.