ORLANDO, Fla. – In this week’s episode of News 6/360, Julie Broughton and Brianna Volz share a sweet story about how employees at a Florida brewery featured rescue dogs on its beer cans and got results in a way they didn’t expect. The two also explain the coronavirus and how there are actually bigger health threats in the U.S. and feature a doctor who survived a terrorist attack and is using that experience to make a statement about mental health -- and he’s running across the world to do it.
These stories are told in 360-view as part of News 6′s innovative newscast “News 6/360.” It’s a one-of-a-kind show that immerses viewers in a 360-degree environment to creatively tell the stories that are trending in Central Florida using visuals one wouldn’t see in a typical newscast.
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Users can watch “News 6/360” on their Android phones by going to ClickOrlando.com or the News 6 app. iPhone users can also use the YouTube app and search ClickOrlando.com. Virtual reality goggles are recommended to gain the full experience of the 360-degree arena.
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Note: To get the full experience, hit the play button and click and hold your mouse while moving it around the video screen.