Steffen Moestrup’s research critically investigates what we might term persona-driven journalism. He analyzes how journalistic personas are created and used across different types of media and how the interaction between old media and new … Continued
The Washington Institute’s Soref fellowship is for those with an advanced degree who are considering whether to pursue a career in government or journalism. The fellowship is a one-year research position, designed primarily for those who have recently earned a … Continued
Blendle is a media startup from the Netherlands, looking to transform the world of high quality journalism. Blendle allows readers to buy individual articles from a range of premium publishers and publications for a few cents a pop. Read more about … Continued
Check out the The Berkeley Graduate, the Graduate Assembly’s online publication by, for and about graduate students. At their site you will find articles on students, events, research, academic life, science and technology, politics, op-eds, entertainment, and more. In their words: “Its … Continued
The NABJ Student Chapter of the Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism and the Department of African American Studies welcome the American talk show host, author, liberal political commentator, entrepreneur, advocate, and philanthropist Tavis Smiley for an engaging conversation. Light refreshments … Continued
In light of the competition, Roberto Hernández didn’t expect to take home a trophy from September’s News & Documentary Emmy ceremony in New York.
But win he did — for outstanding investigative journalism — along with his wife and fellow UC Berkeley grad student, Layda Negrete, and fellow makers of Presumed Guilty (“Presunto Culpable”).
Two trios of grad students made the news recently, not for their trinity but for the interesting work they’ve been doing in very different fields. Three journalism students each made 26-minute documentaries as their master’s theses, and all three were … Continued