NABJ Black News & Views launches, highlighting stories by Black journalists and about Black community
New media platform was developed in collaboration with the Reynolds Journalism Institute at MU.
Post Episode 10: ESPN Michigan State investigation honored with first IRE sports award
In Episode 10, Post discusses the winner and three finalists of the Investigative Reporters and Editors award for sports investigations. This is the first year the news organization has specifically honored sports journalism in its prestigious annual contest.
Winning the niche
Chris Sheridan, Wake Forest University/Formerly, ESPN and CNBC, moderator James daSilva, SmartBrief Mark Babbitt, President, Switch and Shift Nathan Byrne, Newsy Brian Morrissey, President/Editor-in-Chief, DigiDay Media While some content streams seem saturated and almost impervious to new players, other content streams are rich and ripe for expansion and even monetization. And it’s not just sports … Continued
Documentary class in session at RJI with Professor Spike Lee
A highlight of my RJI stay happened last week, 30 feet from my office. Spike Lee gave a master class to documentary and photojournalism students. He was in Columbia, Missouri, to premiere “2 Fists Up: We Gon Be Alright,” a new ESPN documentary on racial unrest at the University of Missouri that uses footage from the … Continued