I’m not a public relations professional, and I’m certainly not in a position to give news sources advice. But if I were in such a position, I would argue that if the media calls, the best thing you can do is answer the phone. I think this is particularly true if you are in a pickle. Continue reading ‘Calling all Cavners’
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Journalists bleed CMYK.
The basic building blocks of all printed products – cyan, magenta, yellow and black ink – can’t be replaced by a collection of pixels on a screen.
I’m no stranger to mobile devices. In fact, I consume more news each morning via my iPad than during the remaining hours of the day combined, but the format is out of necessity, not desire.
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Editor’s Note: This piece was originally posted online at Ozarks News Journal, a student blog and podcast Web site under the direction of Missouri State University journalism professor Andrew Cline.
My experience as an editorial intern at Springfield Business Journal has improved my writing, and it has taught me how to better frame my thoughts. Continue reading ‘SBJ: An intern’s perspective’
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Journalists are trained to ask questions – and lots of them – but we get plenty of questions, too.
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The Chicago-based Tribune Co.’s turnaround specialist CEO doesn’t think daily newspapers can charge for Web content. I agree.
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There aren’t many people that could cause current and past presidents, music legends, TV stars and astronauts to gather together in one room.
Walter Cronkite did.