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If restaurants ran like college papers, diners would stave to death

COMMENTARY

Journoterrorist

By Michael Koretzky

Want to advertise in your college newspaper? It’s probably a pain in the ass.

Last month, I mocked a hashtag… 191 more words

Society Of Professional Journalists

Uninsured woman's story, Central American package garner honors

Wednesday, May 9, 2018

OGDEN — A story and a package I wrote for the Standard-Examiner garnered recognition.

That’s always nice.

In the Society of Professional Journalists Colorado Top of the Rockies contest, a story I did on an uninsured mother of two with breast cancer searching frantically for care garnered second place in the health reporting category. 127 more words

Immigration

Episode 5 - False DMCAs and Other Games Journalism Blunders

I go into detail about GamesBeat’s Jeffrey Grubb’s false DMCA claim against a tweet of mine, game journalists’ immature reactions to the Society of Professional Journalists’ Kunkel Awards, wrongthink about God of War, and other delightful nonsense. 30 more words

God Of War

Unpaid interns: Slaves who pay tuition

COMMENTARY

Journoterrorist

By Michael Koretzky

Six months ago, I spoke on an internship panel and pissed off everyone – because I offered to pay students for their work. 524 more words

Society Of Professional Journalists

April 30, 2018 Article Published

So fair warning, this story feels like it’s probably the most self-serving thing I’ve ever written and I don’t have too much to say about it. 347 more words

Journalism

Society of Professional Journalists - EIJ18

Honored with awards such as Best New Reporter and Best Photographer by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters, Lucas Seiler has more than a decade of experience as an investigative journalist, reporter, and news anchor. 133 more words

Journalism

Making Transparency Clear

Making transparency clear: Andrew Seaman explains how “transparency” grew as a recognized concept in journalism.

Journalism was largely opaque until the invention and widespread use of the internet, he writes. 31 more words

Accountability