The tip of the iceberg principle refers to reporting. A reporter will gather as much information as she can before she sits down to begin writing. 65 more words
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When it comes to teaching students about diversity and difference, few exercises are more powerful than having students to research and produce their own films. 659 more words
Hats Off to the Chattanooga Times Free Press and Two-Time University of Alabama Alumna Joan McClane For Noteworthy Reporting
It’s a pleasure to start the day by reading one of the top three examples of local reporting in all of journalism and to know it was produced, in part, by one of your former students. 309 more words
Students in JOMC 457, Advanced Editing, are writing posts for this blog this semester. This is the 12th of those posts. Ashton Sommerville is a senior at UNC-Chapel Hill majoring in journalism and women’s and gender studies. 542 more words
It’s funny how important a single encounter with a person can be.
On Sunday, two retired journalism educators, with whom I had only a single brief encounter passed away. 766 more words