So You Want To Be A Reporter With Carol Marin

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Sinopse

DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity and Excellence focuses on promoting the highest ideals of journalism through theory and practice. Recognizing the importance of the role of the media in society, the Center offers training, teaching, expertise and professional outreach.The Center was officially launched in May 2016, under the co-leadership of Peabody Prize-winning Chicago and national media veterans Carol Marin and Don Moseley.Located in the College of Communication in the Chicago Loop, the Center provides a nexus bridging the academic and the professional world, capitalizing on the resources of the university and the City of Chicago.The guiding principle for the Center will be its adherence to the highest principles of journalism including truth, accuracy, fairness and context.

Episódios

  • Black Hair in Newsrooms

    23/11/2022 Duração: 26min

    For journalists getting into broadcast there is a lot to consider, and for Black women in particular, their hair is one of these things. Marion Brooks, Sela Estill and Ariana Allen have had to think about how their identities and hair will be perceived. Marion Brooks is an anchor and investigative reporter at NBC5 Chicago with over 25 years of on-air journalism experience. Sela Estill and Ariana Allen are graduate journalism students at DePaul University. Brooks, Estill and Allen join host Carol Marin to talk about whether natural Black hair is accepted in newsrooms and why the industry should be more inclusive. Produced by Monique Mulima with music by Max Duggan. "So You Want to be a Reporter" is a project of DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.

  • What it takes to cover politics

    01/11/2022 Duração: 32min

    What does it take to report on politics? Dana Kozlov and Eleni Demertzis are two people who know. Dana Kozlov is a political investigative reporter for CBS2 Chicago with over 30 years of journalism experience. Eleni Demertzis started her career as a journalist but now works as a strategist and spokesperson for the Illinois House Republicans. Kozlov and Demertzis join host Carol Marin to talk about the skills needed to cover politics and what young journalists need to know. Produced by Monique Mulima with music by Max Duggan. "So You Want to be a Reporter" is a project of DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.

  • Wearing Hijab on Television

    13/06/2022 Duração: 26min

    When Tahera Rahman left college in search of a television news career, she made it clear that she would be wearing hijab. That was not easy in a post-9/11 world that warned her of the difficulties in employment and potential target it would put on her, but she preserved. On February 8, 2018, she went on-air on WHBF-TV in Rock Island, Ill., as the first full-time television reporter in America to wear hijab. She joins Carol Marin for our season finale to share her story and what it is like for her to be a pioneer for Muslim women in front of the watchful — and sometimes judgmental — eyes of the nation. This episode is hosted by Carol Marin and produced by Justin Myers with music by Max Duggan. "So You Want to be a Reporter" is a podcast produced by DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.

  • Mentors and the State of Journalism

    16/05/2022 Duração: 19min

    Bill Whitaker is known across the nation for his work as a reporter on 60 Minutes. Heidi Wigdahl is an alumna of the DePaul Documentary Program and currently works as a multimedia reporter at KARE 11 in Minneapolis-St. Paul. Both were recognized by DePaul's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence on April 28th at the Center's annual awards banquet. In this episode, we revisit the remarks they gave at the banquet about the power of mentors in journalism and the challenges facing reporters today. Whitaker and Wigdahl are joined by former FCC chair Newton Minnow, who received the Center's distinguished mentor award. This episode is hosted and produced by Justin Myers with music by Max Duggan. "So You Want to be a Reporter" is a podcast produced by DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.

  • So, You Want to be a War Correspondent?

    06/05/2022 Duração: 28min

    What is it like to report on the front lines of war? Jackie Spinner and Kevin Tibbles know that answer all too well. Spinner previously served as the Baghdad bureau chief for the Washington Post during the Iraq War and would sleep with a helmet over her head amid bombings. Tibbles recently retired as a domestic and foreign correspondent for NBC. He was with NBC for more than 25 years and went to cover wars around the world. Spinner and Tibbles join host Carol Marin to share what life as a war correspondent is like and what young journalists who may aspire to follow in their footsteps need to know. Produced by Justin Myers with music by Max Duggan. "So You Want to be a Reporter" is a project of DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.

  • Navigating the Wide World of FOIA

    11/03/2022 Duração: 28min

    The episode that's all about Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). On March 3rd and 4th, DePaul's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence held its annual FOIA Fellows conference. Two of our fellows shared their experience with FOIA and the biggest takeaways for them. Carol Marin and Don Moseley, the co-directors of the Center, also sat down to talk about their journey to FOIA the Laquan McDonald story and what it's like to train new journalists in the art of FOIA. Hosted by Justin Myers with guests Carli Luca, Tim Spears, Carol Marin and Don Moseley and music by Max Duggan. "So You Want to be a Reporter" is a podcast produced by DePaul University's Center for Journalism Integrity & Excellence.