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Season 12

It's All Journalism episodes published in 2024.

617. Palestinian protests covered by student reporter inside Columbia University’s gates

As the breaking news reporter for Columbia University's City Newsroom, graduate student Francesca Maria Lorenzini covered pro-Palestinian protests at the school's New York City campus.

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616. What does the next generation of investigative journalists need to know?

Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter Ted Bridis teaches investigative journalism to the next generation of media professionals at the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications.

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615. INN helps newsrooms focus on their communities to grow revenue

Karen Rundlet became the new executive director and CEO of the Institute for Nonprofit News in January. She discusses how INN's network of more than 450 independent news organizations...

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614. Arizona law empowers voters to see who is behind a political contribution

Elizabeth Shimek of the Campaign Legal Center explains how a law that 72 percent of Arizona voters voted for in 2022 brings transparency to the campaign finance process.

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613. The Commons aims to find common ground in a divided America

Drew Lindsay, a senior writer at The Chronicle of Philanthropy, leads The Commons, a new vertical focusing on the issue of polarization along the lines of political ideology, gender,...

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612. ReNews helps revive, fund student-run media at HBCUs, HSIs

Executive Director Wesley Wright discusses the ReNews Project, which funds and/or provides professional assistance to revive dormant student newspapers at Historically Black Colleges and Universities and at Hispanic-Serving Institutions.

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