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Q&A with Laurie Beth Harris of the American Press Institute

Laurie Beth Harris is editorial coordinator at the American Press Institute in Arlington, Virginia. Among her duties there is to write and edit the Need To Know email newsletter. 1,029 more words

Let's meet for breakfast in San Francisco

The Breakfast of Editing Champions returns to the AEJMC national conference in San Francisco, on Friday, Aug. 7. I am the organizer and moderator of the event, which was started by the wonderful… 244 more words

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Going mobile

The following line actually was published in an article in The Guardian a couple of weeks ago, in coverage about Trinity Mirror pulling the plug on UsVsTh3m and the implications for the just-introduced Facebook Instant Articles. 147 more words

Q&A with Katie Quine, reporter and digital assistant at Our State magazine

Katie Quine is a writer and digital assistant at Our State magazine, which covers North Carolina’s culture and history. In this interview, Quine discusses how she generates story ideas and researches them, and how the magazine balances its print and digital presence.  848 more words

Community journalism from Durham to Ocracoke

Seven years ago, my colleague Jock Lauterer helped create the Durham VOICE, a print and digital publication serving the northeast-central section of the city. It was his way of responding to the… 300 more words

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A new opportunity and challenge: Director of LSU Student Media

I don’t know whether this is a measure of how often I change jobs or how long I’ve been blogging, but this is the fourth new job I’ve announced on this blog that’s less than seven years old. 552 more words

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Sunday's Power Point in COM 210

Here is Sunday’s Power Point in COM 210, which mainly concerns your E-portfolio:

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