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Journalism & El Chapo

ETHAN MAY

A well-informed electorate is a crucial part of a successful democracy. Part of the first amendment gives journalists the rights they need to provide citizens with the information they need to vote responsibly. 777 more words

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Lessons Learned

ETHAN MAY

More than four months ago I walked into my first J2150 lab session with no idea what to expect. I knew it was a multimedia journalism course, but I wasn’t sure how it would work with so many lab sections sharing camera equipment. 582 more words

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Finishing Strong

ETHAN MAY

As we near the end of April, professors at universities all over the nation give students one final project before the semester ends. This class is no different. 496 more words

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Outstanding Acts Honored at the Chancellor's Excellence Awards

April 16, 2016

ETHAN MAY

Columbia, MO — Saturday evening, the University of Missouri’s Department of Student Life awarded students, student-run organizations and campus student leaders for their contributions to the university. 223 more words

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Multimedia Journalism and Pitching

ETHAN MAY

A successful multimedia story must blend pure journalism with the visual aesthetics of a quality film. Perhaps the biggest challenge of all is in successfully blending these two things. 780 more words

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Five years later

I have been thinking recently that the time had come to resuscitate this blog. I’d launched it back in 2011 while job searching. Then, I got that new job. 142 more words

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Public relations professor co-authors textbook about diversity in journalism

Maria Len-Ríos (MA ’08), associate professor of advertising and public relations at Grady College, has just published an introductory textbook, “Cross-Cultural Journalism: Communicating Strategically About Diversity.” 298 more words