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Advice from veteran sports writer Tommy Deas

Tommy Deas, executive sports editor at The Tuscaloosa News and former president of the Associated Press Sports Editors, offered terrific advice to students attending the… 476 more words

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Q&A with Matt Brooks, food digital editor at The Washington Post

Matt Brooks is food digital editor at The Washington Post. He previously worked at the Post as a sports reporter, blogger and editor. In this interview, conducted by email, Brooks discusses his role as a food editor, his transition from sports and some of his favorite things to eat. 1,527 more words

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Q&A with Mallorie Sullivan, social media manager at The Cincinnati Enquirer

Mallorie Sullivan is social media manager at The Cincinnati Enquirer. In this interview, conducted by email, she discusses her job and offers advice to journalism students interested in careers in social media. 1,506 more words

Journalism Education

All that journalism

This week, I am stepping out of the journalism school at UNC-Chapel Hill and spending my afternoons at the music department. I am one of several instructors in a… 208 more words

Journalism Education

Submission to Public Interest Journalism Committee calls for new defence to gag laws

By MARK PEARSON Follow @Journlaw

My submission to an Australian parliamentary committee examining the future of journalism proposes a new defence to give genuine public interest journalism a market advantage over fake news, celebrity gossip and other unethical infotainment products. 2,397 more words

Q&A with Kelsey Weekman, writer at AOL

Kelsey Weekman is a trending content writer at AOL. She has also written for Mashable, Reductress and Mediashift. In this interview, Weekman discusses how AOL approaches reporting, editing and headline writing. 451 more words

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