Todd Wiseman Multimedia Producer

Todd Wiseman previously worked at the Austin School of Film and Synthetic Pictures and interned for director Richard Linklater. At the Tribune, Todd has helped develop the Stump Interrupted series, which won a national Edward R. Murrow award in 2010. A Fort Worth native, he graduated from the University of Southern California with a dual degree in film and English.

Recent Contributions

Huntsville Unit Execution Chamber

This video provides a look at the Texas execution chamber inside the Huntsville Unit. The images were provided to The Texas Tribune by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice because news photographers are not allowed inside.

 

This video provides a look at the Texas execution chamber inside the Huntsville Unit. The images were provided to The Texas Tribune by the Texas Department of Criminal Justice because news photographers are not allowed inside.

 

Video: Cruz and Abbott at Lackland Air Force Base

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and gubernatorial hopeful Greg Abbott appeared together at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio on Monday following their tour of base facilities housing unaccompanied minors who have crossed the border. 

U.S. Sen. Ted Cruz and gubernatorial hopeful Greg Abbott appeared together at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio on Monday following their tour of base facilities housing unaccompanied minors who have crossed the border. 

TribCast: Live Post-Primary Election Review

Texas Tribune staffers dissect Tuesday's primary election results at Triblive on March 5, 2014. Left to right are Reeve Hamilton, Evan Smith, Ross Ramsey, Emily Ramshaw and Morgan Smith.
Texas Tribune staffers dissect Tuesday's primary election results at Triblive on March 5, 2014. Left to right are Reeve Hamilton, Evan Smith, Ross Ramsey, Emily Ramshaw and Morgan Smith.

Reeve, Evan, Ross and Emily participate in a special live edition of the TribCast at the Austin Club on the morning after Tuesday's primary election. Morgan, Aman and Jim make special appearances.

Law Enforcement Can Sell Confiscated Guns

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Evidence Specialist, Richard Castro, shows a firearm held as evidence by APD. The Austin Police Department’s evidence and seized property storage facility contains thousands of firearms from handguns to assault rifles dating back as far as the 1970s.
Evidence Specialist, Richard Castro, shows a firearm held as evidence by APD. The Austin Police Department’s evidence and seized property storage facility contains thousands of firearms from handguns to assault rifles dating back as far as the 1970s.

For decades, weapons confiscated by Texas police were supposed to be repurposed for law enforcement use or destroyed. Starting next month, some will be available for purchase. This story is part of our 31 Days, 31 Ways series.