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Day to day with Judy Clark.

By Melanie Turkowitch A typical day for Judy Clark, news anchor for WEAU 13, would start by walking to her desk and logging onto her computer to see what news stories she needs to cover for the day. Her first show … Continue reading

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Study: TV news portrays Black Americans more fairly

By Taylor Pomasl Recent research shows that the news media portrayal of Black Americans is making strides to becoming less biased. As issues of race gained national attention during the 1990s, “many social scientists and communication scholars sought to study … Continue reading

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Job Shadow: Wisconsin Public Radio

Broadcasting news over the radio is a career that I have just recently had the chance to become more familiar. I have had the opportunity to shadow employees of Wisconsin Public Radio (WPR), in Eau Claire, and I have learned more … Continue reading

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Broadcast journalism job outlook improving

When you think of the word broadcast the first thing that most likely comes to your mind is the anchor that reports the news live to the station’s viewers. But there are more jobs in the broadcast sector that aren’t … Continue reading

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Change in Foreign Correspondence

Left: James Cameron, foreign correspondent, in India in 1967.The Guardian.                 Right: Jeremy Wagstaff. Chicago Tribune. Apr 2012. For many readers international news coverage has been an imperfect part of American journalism for many … Continue reading

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Broadcast journalism tips offer path to success

Some use it for entertainment, others for daily news. With roots in print, broadcast journalism is made to be heard, be it 100 or 1 million listeners. The keys to success in broadcast are much simpler than people think. “In addition … Continue reading

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