Monthly Archives: November 2010

Another way to jam

In today’s world, news is pouring in from social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter at an astronomically increasing rate. I have no doubt that at some point in the future, Twitter will be the number one place where people … Continue reading

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A critical self-review

On my most recent reporting shift for KOMU, I found myself heading out to Holts Summit, Missouri. I was assigned to report on a follow-up story on what the townspeople in Holts Summit were hearing and thinking about the trial … Continue reading

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The importance of sound

My dad always listens to podcasts of the radio talk show Sound Opinions. Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot host the show, which airs on Chicago Public Radio every Friday night at 8 p.m. and Saturday morning at 11 a.m. The … Continue reading

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What makes a good story

On any reporting shift at KOMU, a reporter must come with at least three story ideas. So on my first reporter shift in late October, I went to the station with what I thought were three pretty decent ideas. My … Continue reading

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