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Job Shadow: Julian Emerson, Leader-Telegram Reporter

By Emilee Wentland Leader-Telegram reporter and University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire alum Julian Emerson gave me some insight on being a journalist in today’s world. Julian Emerson has worked at the Leader-Telegram in Eau Claire for 21 years, including the two-and-a-half years he … Continue reading

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Modern journalists are reporters and programmers?

Remembering that every journalist is a reporter at heart is important as the industry adapts to the ever-changing multimedia now available, says journalist Sara Ganim in the online American Journalism Review. “Forget the title. Stop. Throw that out the window.” Many … 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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Reporters and editors- the love/hate relationship

by Breane Lyga The relationship between editors and reporters is complex. When reporters work on a story, they are in the zone. Most reporters want no feedback when in this zone. After spending hours chasing sources and interviewing there’s an hour … Continue reading

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