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Carmen, Enrique and the writing of a book

Several years ago, journalist Sonia Nazario had a conversation with her housekeeper “Carmen” that changed the trajectory of her life as a journalist.  Suddenly Nazario found herself catapulted into the story that is now known as the “border children.”  Long before the… 315 more words

Border Children

And one more thought,

again:  Why am I seeing these things now, so late, at THIRTY-FUCKING-FIVE?  I have this urge now to be yes a novelist and fiction writer but as well a journalist.  139 more words


Journalists Find Mounting Evidence of Russian Involvement in #Ukraine

A destroyed armored personnel carrier BMP-2, which presumably came from Russia, is pictured on a road near Starobesheve, controlled by separatists, in eastern Ukraine, Oct. 2, 2014. 1,208 more words


Finnish economists in the media and the role of journalism in the Eurocrisis

Yesterday I attended a seminar on “The Eurocrisis in the News”, organized by the Finnish Union of Radio and Television Journalists with support from the Finnish Journalist’s Union and the Finnish Broadcasting Corporation (YLE). 1,052 more words


Israeli Occupation Denies Former International Federation of Journalists Chief Entry to Palestine

RAMALLAH, October 23, 2014 (WAFA) – The Israeli authorities Thursday denied entry of former General Secretary of the International Federation of Journalists, Aidan White, to the Palestinian Territories through Israel’s Ben-Gurion International Airport, according to a local source. 132 more words


10 tips for aspiring journalists

Below are ten tips I have for aspiring journalists. I’m sure there are a whole lot more, but these are the ones I have found to be most useful breaking into the field. 652 more words

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Your Press Release Go-To

Every PR pro has one. There are multiple ways to tackle writing or drafting a press release. Whether a college professor or first boss in “the biz” instilled it in you, you know you have a technique. 331 more words