Category Archives: Broadcast Journalism

Job Shadow: Major Joy Staab, public affairs

By Kelsey O’Connor Major Joy Staab is a Public Affairs Officer in the Wisconsin Army National Guard(WIARNG), the commander of the 112th Mobile Public Affairs Detachment (MPAD), and the previous deputy director of public affairs for the WIARNG. She has been … Continue reading

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Job Shadow of Dean Kallenbach

By Ke Jin   Broadcasting Journalism is a career that I have been dreaming about.  I have wanted to work with public radio from the time I was in elementary school. In this case, I contacted Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), and … Continue reading

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Sports media show gender bias

 By Melanie Turkowitch It’s very clear that there’s a difference between how Americans view and judge female athletes versus male sports figures. There’s a wide gap on how we idolize both men and women athletes. The media tends to be gender … Continue reading

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News media perpetuates “rape culture”

By Nicole Bellford A recent study from the Association of American Universities states 27 percent of collegiate women will be sexually assaulted by the time they graduate. While many blame the oppressor, perhaps it is necessary to trace the issue to an additional realm: … Continue reading

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The Russian government continues to censor its news media

by Parker Reed Russian president Vladimir Putin The Russian news media continues to have stricter requirements and limitations placed on their publications by Russian president Vladimir Putin and his administration. Since coming into power in 2000, president Putin has established … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: WPR’s live call-in show “The West Side”

By Helen White Wisconsin Public Radio created an entirely new public radio format when they created the call-in show for public radio, according to regional manager of Eau Claire’s WPR station Dean Kallenbach. “Regular radio had done a lot of … Continue reading

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Harvard Law professor seeks to fix institutional corruption in Congress

By Helen White A Harvard Law professor spoke on institutional corruption in Congress at University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire’s Schofield Auditorium on Wednesday night, enlightening an audience of more than 300. “At the core of our democracy is a hole,” Professor … Continue reading

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