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Milking our way through Kiama

NOTE: you might not understand my heading, but if you keep reading you’ll get it

The things I do to get a story! Yesterday a friend and I travelled down to Kiama on a 2 and a half hour train ride not knowing what to expect. 584 more words

Baseball Reporter Intrigues Journalism Class

By Jeffrey Dong ’16

Baseball was a new topic for journalism students on March 20. Guest speaker, Howie Rumberg, a sports journalist who writes for the Associated Press, visited journalism classes all day with the desire of educating students on tips to become better journalists. 548 more words

Features

Find a mentor and watch them: Joe Hildebrand

Each Wednesday at UTS we’re lucky to have people who work in the industry come in and talk to us. This is called the afternoon session. 467 more words

850 launches radical new sports app

By Amy Pollard (@apollardjourno)

850 Sports News Digest has launched a completely unique approach to reporting sports news on your mobile.

The London based company secured a seed worth $500,000 from iBus Media Group to accelerate their bid to change the world of sports news reporting. 321 more words

News

Sports editor For The Newquay voice Tom Howe, holds an inspirational talk…

The Newquay Voice

 Local journalism may not be the most exciting part of the industry, but it serves a significant role, Tom Howe, Sports Editor of the Newquay Voice, which has published 80,000 stories since its launch 14 years ago, told Journalism students at Falmouth University. 310 more words

Guest Lectures

Safe Spaces are not yours to invade

The Ryersonian, the campus paper I had to write for in school, published a really racist article yesterday.

Long story short, two journalism students were asked to leave a meeting for racialized students because they were white. 714 more words

GeNeRatioNal ShifT

HEY! I’ve been reading a lot of articles about my generation – Generation X. Seems to be a lot of enthusiastically challenged or rant-y articles out there on the subject – why is GenX being left out, they’ve always been the latchkey kids, only Boomers and Millenials are mentioned. 1,304 more words

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