Reno 911 is back. And This Is Reno has an exclusive interview Lt. Jim Dangle, the Reno Sheriff’s Department’s highest ranking officer.
Reno’s reputation – its brand image – is formed by the city’s history and noted stories which are grounded in real life events. That said, headlines are not accurate representations reality, but the noted anecdotes help to shape the community’s stereotypes for better or worse. There are two reasons critics of RSCVA’s “Save Reno-911” have failed to convince the authority it should abandon the campaign. Both have to do with realities of communities as brands.
We just confirmed that the Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority is behind the new Twitter and Facebook accounts that are petitioning to bring “Reno-911” back to Comedy Central. It was reported last week that Comedy Central was canceling the show, and we interviewed Lt. Dangle who apologized to the Reno Police Department and Washoe County Sheriff’s Department for the flack received over the show during the years.
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