How to prepare for the Dow Jones News Fund editing test

Students attend an editing bootcamp at Temple University. The week of training is part of the Dow Jones News Fund internship program. (Photo by Margo Reed) It's Dow Jones season. That's when journalism students apply for internships with the Dow Jones News Fund. Interns will work at over 100 news organizations across the United States… Continue reading How to prepare for the Dow Jones News Fund editing test

Q&A with Kate Medley, freelance photojournalist

Kate Medley is a freelance photojournalist based in Durham, North Carolina. Her clients have included The Wall Street Journal, the Southern Foodways Alliance and the quarterly journal Southern Cultures. In this interview, conducted by email, Medley discusses her approach to photography, what makes an effective caption and how college students can prepare for freelance work.… Continue reading Q&A with Kate Medley, freelance photojournalist

Q&A with Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football

Nick Underhill is beat writer at NewOrleans.Football, covering the New Orleans Saints. He founded the website in 2020, and he previously covered the team for The Advocate newspaper. In this interview, conducted by email, Underhill discusses his approach to covering the Saints and how his site fits into the sports landscape regionally and nationally. He… Continue reading Q&A with Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football

Q&A with CNET copy editor Dawnthea Price Lisco

Dawnthea Price Lisco is a copy editor at CNET, a tech-focused news organization that describes itself as "your guide to a better future." She previously worked at Slate and The Free Lance-Star in Fredericksburg, Virginia. In this interview, conducted by email, Price Lisco discusses her job at CNET and her role in the site's recent… Continue reading Q&A with CNET copy editor Dawnthea Price Lisco

Q&A with Meg Kinnard, politics reporter for The Associated Press

Meg Kinnard is an Associated Press politics reporter based in Columbia, South Carolina. A native of Tennessee, she is a graduate of Georgetown University and UNC-Chapel Hill, where she earned a master's degree in digital communication. In this interview, conducted by email, Kinnard talks about her work at the AP, discusses her diagnoses and treatment… Continue reading Q&A with Meg Kinnard, politics reporter for The Associated Press