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Author: Bradley

09 Sep 9/11 changed photojournalism too

// [caption id="attachment_606" align="alignleft" width="160" caption="Photo by Carmen Taylor/AP"][/caption] As we approach the 10th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, everyone is taking some time for reflection. Towns are honoring their first responders. Survivors, family members and friends of those killed and thousands of others are visiting the new memorials around the country....

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26 Jun Celebrating 40 years

Cary Area EMS celebrates its 40th anniversary this year. The reason for the organization's existence is legacy around the station. In 1971, a furniture truck struck a 4-year-old boy in Cary. Tragically, he died after waiting 45 minutes for an ambulance to arrive from Raleigh. That fall, a group of  citizens met to form the...

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05 Jun America’s talented college students

// 2011 COLLEGE YEARBOOK IMAGES [caption id="attachment_564" align="alignleft" width="101" caption="Our page six from the first day of production in Austin."][/caption] I always spend a better part of my summer traveling around the country teaching some of the most talented high school and college students in the country. This week was no exception. I spent the...

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01 May His images are his legacy

// [caption id="attachment_512" align="alignleft" width="300" caption="Chris Hondros speaks at N.C. State in 2009."][/caption] At his funeral in Brooklyn, April 27, family and friends of Chris Hondros remembered him as a photojournalist with a passion for documenting the lives of people in conflict all over the world. Hondros has covered many major conflicts around...

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06 Mar Don’t be afraid of what’s new

Regardless of whether the staff members are future engineers, poets, doctors, lawyers, police officers or teachers, these schools are doing their staff members a favor by teaching them teamwork, leadership skills and time management as they take new online technologies, including social media, and use them to their fullest extent....

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25 Jul The critique

I taught a session in Minneapolis at the Associated Collegiate Press summer workshop on doing critiques. We all know to critique the photo, story, design or whatever and not the person. Indeed, most of us do that pretty well. And we do a job of offering constructive criticism, including praise. But other than that, we...

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05 Jul New media — passing fad?

New media is all the rage. For one day, I'll be teaching some scholastic journalism advisers about new media. Other instructors take over for the rest of the week and next week. But here are some important links for everyone in the group Initial survey The End Times episode of The Daily Show Opening presentation on online media Vocabulary Journalism...

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27 Jun Debbie Yow named AD

I enjoyed taking pictures at the press conference when our new chancellor named Debbie Yow, currently the athletic director at the University of Maryland, as the new NCSU athletic director. I was always a big fan of all that Debbie's sister, Kay, did on and off the court as women’s basketball coach until she died...

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