Tag Archive | Reynolds Journalism Institute
by Kristen Hamilton From afar, Ed Bankston looks like he’s all business. He moves with a slow and deliberate precision that suggests an air of confidence. Bankston’s hands are gloved like that of a surgeon in the operating room, which is fitting given his tag name on his business card, which declares him “The UnCommon […]
Local farmer leaves corporate world, discovers love of livestock by Greg Anderson If You Go: Breakneck Acres 2743 Summit Road, Ravenna, Ohio Open on Wednesdays, 1 – 7 p.m. Owners: Ami Gignac and Tim Fox http://www.localfoodmarketplace.com/breakneck/index.html Breakneck Acres is a 35-acre self-sustainable farm in Ravenna, Ohio owned by Ami Gignac and Tim Fox. After four years […]
by Rob Sterner On an overcast day in June, Andy Troutman walks down a row of vines in his vineyard, The Winery at Wolf Creek. Attired in blue jeans and a T-shirt, he plucks a leaf from a vine with a practiced hand. He cocks his hip. Then he rubs the leaf with his fingers […]
Copyright law and “fair use” is a rats warren of overlapping regulations and legalese jargon. My solution is simple: don’t publish any photographs or artwork we didn’t create.
Many of the most interesting multimedia journalism stories were one-off projects. So what can a high school journalism program learn from them?
You can always give yourself a reason why you aren’t reaching a goal. But even if you have valid reasons, difficult challenges, in the end, it’s a bunch of bunk. If you really want something, you should find a way. For several years, I struggled with my weight and declining physical fitness. There were so […]
I’m the guy who is killing the newspaper. I’m going to shoot it right between the eyes and put it out of its misery. Some might call it euthanasia, but let’s call it what it is—murder. There’s no way around it.
by Marissa D’Orazio “We have a newspaper?” my English 11 students ask. And it’s a good question. I’ve seen more of our newspapers being worn as hats than being read in the wild of our hallways. (Slight exaggeration–but for our T shirt design contest, the runner up was “It’s more than just a hat” over […]
by Anne Elizabeth Weisgerber Can you sense the drama? Kent State University’s rolling landscape yields evidence of a star-crossed love affair. The femme fatale is Entropy – she declines into unkempt disorder day after day after quiet day, and her bridegroom is Order – the journeyman poet who commands raw material. Wait, what? Art, and […]