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Week 7: Post #2 An Interview with Jim Wilson of The Telegram and Gazette

On Wednesday March 19, Telegram and Gazette sports editor Jim Wilson visited Assumption College’s Intro Journalism class to discuss his career and share journalistic insight with the class. 257 more words

Guest Speaker #3: Jim Wilson Blog Post

Jim Wilson

Title: Assistant Sports Editor and High School Sports Coordinator for the Worcester Telegram & Gazette

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On March 19, Jim Wilson, an assistant sports editor came to speak to our class. 256 more words

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Info & Stats: 50 to 1 Producer

All Topics: The story of Mine That Bird | 2009 Kentucky Derby | Mine That Bird rallying on the rail | Mine That Bird’s handlers met in a bar fight | Mark Allen and Chip Woolley | How Mark and Chip met each other | Mine That Bird was the first thoroughbred Allen and Woolley bought together | Chip shattering his right leg | Self-financing this film | Making the film for just under $9 million | Mine That Bird is a real character | Horse owner | 39 more words

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Rookie/Prospect Card Six Pack #18

1952 Topps Fred Marsh, 1952 Topps Steve Souchock, 1952 Topps Solly Hemus, 1952 Topps Merrill Combs, 1952 Topps Jim Wilson, 1952 Topps Bob Addis

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Petition Channel Seven to Broadcast AFL in HD

Channel Seven News Chief Sports Journalist, Jim Wilson, has invited AFL fans to provide feedback directly to Channel Seven about their poor quality Standard Definition TV broadcast of the greatest game on earth. 164 more words

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Channel Seven listens to AFL fans

Seasoned Channel Seven Chief Sports Journalist Jim Wilson has listened to our feedback about Channel Seven’s poor quality Standard Definition AFL coverage.

Jim has vouched to provide feedback to Channel Seven management and reply within 24 hours. 23 more words

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Colorado Tries To Revive Education Overhaul

DENVER (AP) – Colorado lawmakers started work Monday on what may be the Legislature’s trickiest job of the year: Crafting an education overhaul without $1 billion a year in new taxes. 322 more words

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