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A Reporter Asks You, “What Did You Think of the Debate?”

Much of America will be glued to the collective television next Monday evening for the first of three presidential debates. The water cooler talk the next day will no doubt be fast and furious (though let’s hope that, given today’s political climate, the fury doesn’t get too far out of hand). 418 more words

Media Training

The Colorado Kid

The story is set in Maine, New England, not really all that surprising. The story centers around 3 people; two seasoned reporters and their postgrad intern. 366 more words

Books

TALK ABOUT ONLINE JOURNALISM

            When technology takes place, change is always permanent. A lot of us are aware of how technology can change every medium of the media. Because of the advancements in this period, traditional journalism is now turning to online journalism though we cannot change the fact that we are still fond of how we usually enjoy reading newspapers and listening to radios all time. 1,368 more words

Too funny...

The Gray Lady has  sent a memo  reminding its reporters not to editorialize on social media.   Apparently that function is to be reserved for use only in the newspaper. 27 more words

Check Out The Best Hurricane Bloopers Of All Time!!!

As a TV reporter, the last thing you want to do is end up on a blooper reel. Especially during a hurricane!

For whatever reason, TV stations seem to think it’s great TV to risk their reporters’ lives by putting them in harm’s way. 48 more words

Features

The Daily Q Meeting

The Daily Q meeting is about to start as people file into the room. f/3.5, ISO 800, Shutter speed: 1/80

The Daily Q is NU-Q’s publication which includes nearly 14 reporters and videographers. 133 more words

Duterte expresses regret over Obama comments: Spokesman

(Source: www.channelnewsasia.com)

VIENTIANE: Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has expressed regret for using vulgar language to describe United States President Barack Obama, his spokesman said on Tuesday (Sep 6). 319 more words

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