CMR Volume 49, Number 3-4 (Spring 2012)

Volume 49, Number 3-4

INSIGHTS: “Tweetalongs” merge social media, traditional police ridealongs to engage Twitter audiences
Washington State University student journalist’s live observations during police calls provide followers with glimpse of the nightlife near campus. Such reporting should be considered with caution, SPLC warns.

By Dan Reimold



MILESTONES: A writer for the ages —  all ages
The death recently of Furman Bisher, the legendary sports columnist, provides a reminder that his decades of commentary spanned more than the world of sports.

By Robert Bohler, editor|

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Red & Black Version 2.0

FEATURES

The Red & Black: The making of a revolution in student media

University of Georgia adviser Ed Morales shares The Red & Black’s decision to move from daily print to digital and its impact on stakeholders: advertisers, readers and, most of all, students.

By Ed Morales

Red & Black student editor: I helmed a revolution

When Rachel Bowers took her seat as editor in chief of The Red & Black, she didn’t know she’d lead the news organization into a digital publication cycle “revolution.” Bowers explains how she approached the change and worked with her staff to bring the idea to life (and screens near you).

By Rachel Bowers


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