Articles for Current

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Current is a news publication about public media that is available online at any time and in print biweekly. My internship  for Current was through American University’s School of Communication and their Fall 2014 Dean’s Internship program. Here are the articles I’ve written for Current:

  1. By shifting focus, Whiteness Project aims for deeper discussion of race in America (available in print)
  2. Political news from Michigan’s WKAR goes mobile with new app
  3. The doctors are in as Sesame Workshop tackles effects of mass incarceration
  4. Director Stanley Nelson leads history trilogy with documentary on Black Panthers (available in print)
  5. Eight, Arizona PBS Nerd Walk inspires other community engagement events (available in print)
  6. OPB, Center for Investigative Reporting launch public TV version of Reveal
  7. Setbacks hamper Hawaii Public Radio’s fall pledge drive, yet station exceeds goal
  8. In Tampa, college broadcasters find advantages in pubradio affiliation (available in print)
  9. New public radio show convenes diverse panel for different take on events
  10. StoryCorps founder David Isay wins 2015 TED Prize (available in print)
  11. Independent Lens films take home honors, Midwest pubcasters receive Emmys, and more awards in public media
  12. Radio Diaries takes gold at Third Coast, and other awards in public media (available in print)
  13. Programming in Brief: PRI launches women-focused initiative, WQXR offers Berlin concerts, and more
  14. Pubcasters take home regional Emmys, and more awards in public media (available in print)
  15. PBS tops networks at News and Documentary Emmys

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