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Citizen Journalism

The opportunity for the everyday citizen allows for more specialized stories to be told. Citizens are able to capture moments from a different perspective bringing a new take on the reporting of journalism. 598 more words


Top PR Firms in Windy City

This is a map of where the Top PR Firms in Chicago are located. As you can tell, most if not all are all walking distance. 18 more words


Creative Nonfiction: Defining the Genre

by Elizabeth Ruth Deyro, Prose Editor

Creative nonfiction is the fusion of creative writing and journalism. On one hand, it uses principles of journalism to build the skeleton of the story, which, as suggested by the tag ‘nonfiction’, demands to be hinged on facts instead of merely the writer’s imagination (as opposed to fiction). 530 more words


Sports Writing: Players and Coaches, Not Scores and Stats

I crossed a professional goal off of my bucket list this weekend. Presenting at a national journalism conference tested me, and I worked really hard to perfect my session. 219 more words


History Alive: The woman behind Anne Catharine Green

By Sherry A. Kuiper

The sound of horseshoes clacking on the cobblestones and the chatter of people echo through downtown Annapolis.  The dock is busy with merchant ships coming and going.  711 more words