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Robert Lang of WBAL Radio encourages Towson University students to put them in their reader's shoes

Young journalism students of Towson University have been urged to take listeners, readers, and viewers with them when they seek stories so that they can have an adequate story experience. 518 more words

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Nancy Giles: The Unexpected Struggles and Pleasures of the Journalism World

Answering crude emails, commentating funerals and cutting off Dana Loesch was not necessarily what Nancy Giles expected to do with her career, she explained this in her speech at Towson University last Thursday. 599 more words

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Youtube star speaks to Towson University students

A YouTube star inspired dozens of students when she spoke about growing up as an Asian American during the 2nd Annual Asian Pacific Islander (API) Heritage Festival at Towson University.

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Robert Lang of WBAL Speaks to Towson Students

A veteran radio journalist spoke to a crowd of over 25 students at Towson University about the versatility required of a broadcast/radio journalist.

Robert Lang of WBAL Baltimore advised students of Towson University to be diverse in the areas of expertise in the field of journalism. 386 more words

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What can you do in one day?

Online articles have many more components than just the actual story. They can include video, interactive maps, charts, data, pictures, and possibly sound clips. That might sound like a lot but that doesn’t even begin to cover what could be included in an online story. 472 more words

John E. McIntyre paints a candid portrait of modern journalism

Baltimore Sun night content production manager John E. McIntyre explained the extremely transitory nature of modern journalism in a speech given to students at Towson University on April 14. 387 more words

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Robert Lang on Multimedia Journalism during #TUJDAY

A veteran Baltimore radio reporter advised journalism students to be masters of all trades last Thursday morning at a Towson University’s journalism day event.

Robert Lang has been on air for 28 years, with the past ten working for WBAL on radio as well as a general assignment and weekend news anchor. 624 more words

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