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ARCHIVE: Investigating the business of college athletics

By on Mar 09, 2010

Investigating the business of college athletics: Indianapolis Pulitzer winner Buzz Bissinger headlined this free workshop on how to dig into the finances of your local colleges’ athletic programs. Bissinger, the best-selling author of ‘Shooting Stars,’ ‘Friday Night Lights’ and ’3 Nights in August,’ offered tips on how to turn the numbers of college sports into […]

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Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 4
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Reynolds Week 2010 seminar videos – Day 4

These classroom videos are from Reynolds Week 2010, Day 4 lectures. The videos are captured by automated equipment in the classroom and are unedited. You can fast-forward through breaks and there is a notation after each VIDEO link that points out when in the video the lecture begins. Click on the link and then click […]

Anita Lienert: Editorial director for Global Auto Systems
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Anita Lienert: Editorial director for Global Auto Systems

Podcast: Age: 56 Home: Dexter, Mich. What I do: Editorial director for Global Auto Systems, content provider for Edmunds.com/Inside Line/News Previous life: Detroit News auto columnist My brand: Global news coverage with emphasis on emerging markets Hours worked per week: 60 Annual sales: Sorry. Proprietary info. What I wish I had known when I started: […]

Glenn Burkins: Qcitymetro.com editor, publisher
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Glenn Burkins: Qcitymetro.com editor, publisher

Podcast: Age: 48 Home: Charlotte, N.C. What I do: Publish and edit Qcitymetro.com, an online news site for African Americans in the Charlotte, N.C., region. Previous life: Last job was deputy managing editor at The Charlotte Observer. Was a reporter at The Wall Street Journal, The Philadelphia Inquirer and St. Petersburg Times. Was business reporter, […]

Michelle Leder: Editor, founder of footnoted.org
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Michelle Leder: Editor, founder of footnoted.org

Podcast: Home: Peekskill, N.Y. What I do: Mostly read and report on SEC files, but some other stuff, too. Previous life: Reporter for daily newspapers My brand: footnoted.org Hours worked per week: Lots Annual sales: Thankfully, I’m not a public company, so I don’t have to disclose this. What I wish I had known when […]

Aaron Kremer: Founder, editor of Richmond BizSense.com
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Aaron Kremer: Founder, editor of Richmond BizSense.com

Podcast: Age: 28 Home: Richmond, Va. What I do: Run a business news Web site in Richmond Previous life: Led backpacking trips after college, then started writing for weekly newspapers, then dailies. My brand: www.richmondbizsense.com and Dyno Media (which helps some other small newspapers do the same thing) Hours worked per week: 65ish Annual sales: […]

Julie Walker: Freelance TV and radio reporter
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Julie Walker: Freelance TV and radio reporter

Podcast: Age: My agent suggests I not say. Home: New York City. What I do: Freelance as journalist in radio, TV and print. Previous life: Left a full-time job at NY1 News 3 years ago to freelance. My brand: Julie Walker Hours worked per week: Varies … could be as little as 20 or as […]

Business Talks: Collaborating for coverage
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Business Talks: Collaborating for coverage

Host Rene Gutel talks to Jay Rosen, a journalism professor at New York University, about his latest project, newassignment.net, an experiment in open-sourced reporting where professional journalists collaborate with contributors.  (Produced by Carol Legg)

Business Talks: Staying ahead of the auto story
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Business Talks: Staying ahead of the auto story

Newsrooms around the country scrambled to cover General Motors’ bankruptcy announcement and the fallout. And eyes are still on Chrysler as it struggles. Today’s topic is how to get ahead of the big story. Host Rene Gutel talks to Julie Halpert, a journalist who covers the auto industry for outlets including Newsweekand the public radio program The Environment Report.

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