CoJMC in the National News August 2014
CoJMC in the National News August 2014Sunday, September 7, 2014 - 7:00pm
Media outlets across the nation featured and cited the CoJMC on a number of occasions in July. University of Nebraska–Lincoln faculty, administration, student and staff appearances in the national media are logged at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln newsroom.
BTN’s LiveBIG program highlighted Nebraska Mosaic, a journalism project that focuses on Lincoln’s immigrant and refugee communities. “You can be a foreign correspondent without leaving Lincoln,” said Tim Anderson,journalism, in the Aug. 18 article.
University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s drone journalism laboratory and its founder, Matthew Waite,were frequently cited in stories about how technology is changing news reporting and the uncertain regulatory status for commercial drones. The lab was touted as an example of high-tech journalism in an Aug. 4 story in the Huffington Post. Doug Stohlberg, editor of the Hudson Star-Observer, mentioned the lab in an Aug. 21 article about whether his paper will start using drones to get photos.
National media often work with University Communications to identify and connect with University of Nebraska–Lincoln sources for the purpose of including the university's research, expertise and programming in published or broadcasted work.
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