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Category Archives: MPJ
What makes a great website? Written content? Graphics? Funny gifs? As a part of my multiplatform journalism class, we’re working on creating our own websites to host online portfolios. I’ve been doing some research and found three unique webpages that … Continue reading
These past two weeks I’ve had the pleasure of working with two other students in my multiplatform journalism class to tell the story of UnderGrand Creative, a new student-run T-shirt business at Saint Louis University. UnderGrand is the brainchild of … Continue reading
Bill Tyler wears many hats: writer, advertising extraordinaire, professor, mentor and, now, hall-of-famer. Last month, the long-time advertising guru turned Saint Louis University professor was officially inducted into the St. Louis Media Hall of Fame for his outstanding work in … Continue reading
Capturing a story through video instead of the written word is by no means a new concept, but it still seems to be an underutilized medium for most journalists. On one hand, there is plenty of broadcast pieces found in … Continue reading
Forget valentines and secret admirers. As online writers, bloggers, curators of the news, we’re only trying to woo one person: the reader. So, how does one entice such a crafty creature? After a bit of research, I’ve compiled a list … Continue reading
1) Ari Shapiro Ari Shapiro is an NPR White House correspondent who also appears on Morning Edition. I like his Twitter feed because it always has a good variety of information. Sometimes he live tweets from events and interviews, sometimes … Continue reading