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We can tweet that, right? How social media is changing the newsroom

This semester I began my internship at KTAB, the local CBS affiliate station in Abilene. I’ve gotten a good experience so far of what a real world newsroom is like and all the stress, deadlines and caffeine that come with it. 291 more words

RMR: The News Industry of the Future

Rick Mercer has a little something for those of you following the Postmedia-related news.

“They said there used to be a free press, where people called journalists wrote about what’s happening in the world.” 9 more words

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Presenting Journalist @ Douglas Anderson

I’m quite proud to share that, in early March, I will be presenting at the Douglas Anderson Writers’ Festival in Jacksonville, Florida. This year’s festival, which is put on annually by the creative writing department at the Douglas Anderson School of the Arts, has poet… 41 more words

The Deep South

Glossybox Super Review: August 2015 - February 2016

By Robyn Western

As a self confessed beauty addict, I had always wondered about the mystical “beauty boxes” constantly advertised everywhere. For those who have absolutely no idea what I’m talking about, a beauty box is a subscription where each month you are sent a collection of skincare and beauty products, usually tailored to your skin type and preferences. 3,183 more words

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New York, New York

Hi everyone! Sorry I haven’t been posting, but my week has been long and hectic. I’ve been taking everyday one hour at a time. It’s actually helped a lot. 311 more words

Iowa

Quotes and attributions: 8 tips for journalism students

Journalists rely on interviews to get vital and original information, but not everything that sources say is clear, precise, grammatical or quotable enough to use the source’s exact words. 992 more words

Best of the Midwest? Us of course!

During the last week of January, the sports editor and I embarked on a journey to Minneapolis for an ACP conference. Honestly, the more often I go there the more I fall in love with the city. 306 more words

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