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Let's work together

On occasion, I hear students lament the assignment of a group project. But as an instructor, I am adding team-based tasks to my courses, not reducing them. 231 more words

Journalism Education

Clearing my plate to make "Moore" time

The opportunity fell into my lap, without warning, without preparation, but not without enthusiasm.

This sums up how I started teaching journalism. It started with a simple question at my interview for an English position at Meridian High School, Macon, Ill. 335 more words

Working in news today means always being a student

For nearly two decades I worked in television news in a variety of capacities–producer, reporter, anchor. It was a challenging and mostly fulfilling career. When I left, social media was exploding, stations were shrinking, and my family was growing. 612 more words


Taking a Break from DIY

In my infinite free time, I’m also pursuing a graduate degree in Journalism Education at Kent State University. This blog will include essays, musings and assignments specifically related to the Teaching Multimedia course. 26 more words

Teaching Multimedia Journalism

Q&A with Amber Rupinta, ABC11 anchor

Amber Rupinta is a reporter and anchor at ABC11 Eyewitness News. She has worked at ABC affiliate WTVD — which covers a section of North Carolina that includes Durham, Raleigh and Fayetteville — since 2004. 1,495 more words

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The Relationships of Journalism

Journalists know the best stories are about people, and include emotions. In the classroom I often get the question how do you find those stories. My answer, remember journalism is about relationships. 661 more words