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

Q&A with Blockworks reporter Jacquelyn Melinek

Jacquelyn Melinek is a reporter for Blockworks in New York. She covers breaking crypto news and specializes in covering crypto venture capital funding, decentralized finance (DeFi) and decentralized autonomous organizations (DAOs). She has moderated panels in front of over 800 people and has hosted multiple webinars with some of the biggest names in crypto. Before joining… Continue reading Q&A with Blockworks reporter Jacquelyn Melinek

Book review: ‘Don’t Print That! Giving Teens the Power of the Press’

Donna C. Myrow, "Don’t Print That! Giving Teens the Power of the Press." Palm Springs, California: Sunacumen Press, 2021. pp. 176, $15.00. "Don’t Print That!" is the compelling story of the who, what, where, when, why, and how of a print publication called LA Youth. Throughout the newspaper's 25-year run, Southern California teenagers from all… Continue reading Book review: ‘Don’t Print That! Giving Teens the Power of the Press’

Q&A with Josh Bergeron, editor of The Salisbury Post

Josh Bergeron is editor of The Salisbury Post in Salisbury, North Carolina. Before taking that position in 2018, he worked as an associate editor and reporter there. He previously worked at newspapers in Kentucky, Mississippi and Alabama. In this interview, Bergeron discusses his role at the Post, including news judgment and headline writing. Q. Describe… Continue reading Q&A with Josh Bergeron, editor of The Salisbury Post

Q&A with Brandon Standley, multiplatform editor at The Washington Post

Brandon Standley is a multiplatform editor at The Washington Post. He is a 2021 graduate of the Hussman School of Journalism and Media at UNC-Chapel Hill. While at UNC, Standley worked at The Daily Tar Heel as a copy chief and managing editor, among other roles. In this interview, conducted by email, Standley discusses his… Continue reading Q&A with Brandon Standley, multiplatform editor at The Washington Post