Browsing All posts tagged under »multimedia«

The Key to Journalism Success: Learn to Fiddle

February 18, 2012


Unlike a lot of more classically focused professors, just about all of my training has been on the job, as opposed to in a classroom. To be a reporter, I decided to skip my college paper and head straight for our community’s chain of weekly newspapers, which gave me my own beat for 10 hours […]

Life With the iPhone

December 13, 2011


I finally got the iPhone this past quarter, and it might just be the greatest thing I have ever owned (although I’m pretty fond of my house and Subaru Outback, too). It’s funny, but when I went to the Easton Apple store to get it, it wasn’t like making other purchases–I have money, now give […]

Good Writing for the Ear is the Future of Radio

November 18, 2011


We had a fascinating discussion today with five prominent Columbus radio personalities who shared the good, bad and ugly of a career in radio. Dino Tripodis of WSNY, 94.7 FM, Dan Orr of WLVQ, Dan Mushalko of WCBE, my student Sam Obermeyer of Scarlet & Gray Radio and Mike Thompson of WOSU joined Doug Dangler […]

Linking to Multimedia

October 26, 2010


Multimedia lecturer Nick George gave a great presentation today in my 422 class with a whole slew of links to help them get started in multimedia journalism. Here they are in one spot! PS: Remember, Nick and I are teaching 621 (Enterprise Reporting for Diverse Communities) next quarter, and we’d love to have you in […]