My View: Social Media’s Impact On Journalism

Well, I'm one blog post (this one) away from finishing my first semester of grad school. I'm so proud of all that I've been able to accomplish this semester after more than a decade out of school.  I've learned so much these past couple of months. From shooting and editing to becoming a better writer … Continue reading My View: Social Media’s Impact On Journalism

Keeping the Brand Alive Through Storytelling

We all know the saying "what's in a name?" -- this week I'm diving into what's in a brand? As journalists we're use to being fair and balanced when it comes to the stories we tell ( at least we should be) it's a BIG part of the job.  There's no room for opinions or … Continue reading Keeping the Brand Alive Through Storytelling

What A Time To Be A Journalist

In my Sophia Petrillo voice "picture it, the year 2018 and journalists are under attack.” Despite my Golden Girls humor it’s not a joke, it’s actually quite sad. Journalists are being threatened, physically assaulted and in some cases even killed. So, to answer this week’s blog question I have to say It’s not just a challenging … Continue reading What A Time To Be A Journalist

Black Television Station Owners Look For A Seat At The Table

A seat at the table — a fitting title as we’re headed into the Thanksgiving Holiday.  So we’re clear, we’re not talking about a literal seat at the table. The term simply put is a desire to be part of a group–having an influence or power in a particular situation. When I read and researched … Continue reading Black Television Station Owners Look For A Seat At The Table