STAFF BLOG BEYOND THE PAGE A day in the life
One of the best things about being a journalist is that you very rarely do the same thing every day. And in my opinion, that's what makes this job fun.
I knew Monday was going to be a long day. I had... Posted on 2/28/12 at 1:46 AM
OH LOOK! A SHINY THING Job Shadowing
Job shadowing. It's new to me and my school.
This is a guest post. My name is AurorA Bear, and I'm a freshman at Montpelier Public School. Last week our career counselor decided to send us all out on ... Posted on 2/15/12 at 11:33 AM
STAFF BLOG THE FARM BLEAT D.C. and the question of ethics
I realized it was probably time to go home and take a nap when, on Friday afternoon, my computer let me know it didnt like the word analyzation. I had to ask a coworker if analyzation was a word, and ... Posted on 4/8/11 at 6:24 PM
STAFF BLOG TALES FROM THE CHIEF I'd need WHAT?
It's not as if I have plans to leave Worthington, nor do I think a proposed law in Michigan has any real shot at become law. But journalists everywhere, regardless of where they work, should be at lea... Posted on 6/10/10 at 8:42 AM
REPRINT 1944: The Other War Heroes
In 1944 the Daily Globe ran an editorial praising the other war heroes--journalists and photographers who risked their lives to follow the troops into danger to report their story to the gene... Posted on 11/6/09 at 11:00 AM
MIAMI — In 2005 when their city drowned, the staff of the New Orleans Times-Picayune stayed in it longer than common sense and simple prudence would dictate. People who had lost homes, loved ones, and their city itself concentrated on gathering the news and putting it out. They finally left huddled in newspaper delivery trucks, water up to the headlights, decamping to Baton Rouge, 75 miles away, where they went right back to reporting the news.
MIAMI — This used to be a noble profession.
Still is, to tell you the truth. To hear an editor debate whether a story is fair to some deplorable individual most would consider unworthy of the effort or to watch a reporter rush toward danger to tell a story that needs telling is to be unalterably convinced of the honor in this work.
WORTHINGTON — Sometimes, there can be a fine line between reporting the news and reporting the news responsibly.
Reporting factual information is one thing. Reporting an unattributed accusation, or a rumor, is another.
WORTHINGTON — Marcheta “Maggie” Fornoff, a senior at Worthington High School, has been selected to represent Minnesota as a National Youth Correspondent to the 2009 Washington Journalism and Media Conference at George Mason University in July.
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