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From Bradley

09 May Goal of medical care at Hotter ’N Hell: Everyone goes home vertical

CLICK HERE for published version in the Journal of Emergency Medical Services [caption id="attachment_835" align="alignleft" width="216"] Journal of Emergency Medical Services[/caption] Even at the starting line, it is evident that providing pre-hospital healthcare is not a goal of organizers of the Hotter ’N Hell Hundred race in Wichita Falls, Texas, the largest sanctioned century bicycle ride in...

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24 Nov Guidelines for publishing visuals

With Cheryl Pell and Nick Mrozowski, I helped to write these guidelines for the Journalism Education Association’s Scholastic Press Rights Commission. I invested time helping to revise the guidelines JEA originally adopted a statement on digital manipulation more than a decade ago because, quite simply — it’s outdated. It refers to darkroom skills that few students have any...

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16 Apr Passengers: You too can make flying less miserable

[caption id="attachment_835" align="aligncenter" width="300" caption="TSA agent at left doing nothing with four other long lines. Notice four other TSA agents standing around doing nothing."][/caption] There are few organizations that are as mis-managed as the airlines that fly the skies, the skies formerly known as "friendly." Well, the Transportation Security Administration is just as mis-managed. It's just...

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26 Mar Determining photographic excellence

CLICK this link or the slide above to see the top entries from this winter's conference. At this winter's Association of Texas Photography Instructors conference at the University of Texas at Arlington, some 300 photography students, photojournalists and artists alike, spent three days competing in contests and attending classes on everything from making a cyanotype to...

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10 Nov Editing JEA magazine

[flagallery gid=1] Since the spring of 1998, for the last 14 years, I have had the honor of editing the magazine for the national Journalism Education Association — Communication: Journalism Education Today. But to be realistic, as with any project of this magnitude, this isn't a one-person show. People like Connie Fulkerson and Howard Spanogle have...

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29 Oct College media in Orlando

The College Media Advisers, Associated Collegiate Press and College Broadcasters all met in Orlando this week. It was an intensive week for the students, advisers and Texas Rangers. At least two of the groups came out ahead. Each fall and spring as part of the convention, we host an on-site photography "shoot out." It's a point...

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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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