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Challenges of Reporting Internationally

When covering international news, journalists are presented with challenges that they would otherwise not face while reporting in the United States. In his talk, Michael Slackman outlined the troubles that his colleague, Alissa Rubin faced while reporting on ISIS’s invasion of Iraq from Mt. 264 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)

Slackman Lecture

Micheal Slackman in his lecture revealed some chilling stories of his experiences and of other journalists’ experience covering international news in other countries. One of the journalists Slackman spoke about was A… 159 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)

Michael Slackman: Perspective on Perspective

Before proponents of the social web appropriated the term, “the global village” was used by media sage Marshall McLuhan to describe the effect radio had on… 266 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)

Michael Slackman Lecture Extra Credit

Outside of the military, there aren’t many professions in which someone constantly puts themselves in danger. We don’t often think of journalists in the same light as, perhaps, a soldier, but after listening to Michael Slackman’s lecture, we might want to start. 272 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)

Bearing Witness - Extra Credit

What you see is not always what you get “ -Michel Slackman

By – Ashley Longsworth

One challenge faced by Journalists covering international news mentioned by Michael Slackman is understanding the differences in communication. 395 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)

New York Times Extra Credit

When journalists travel abroad to follow news, they face cultural shock and, in some cases, dangerous situations.

The cultural shock happens due to the differences of values, beliefs, religion, and common knowledge. 244 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)

Lies and Secrets (Team 13)

I’ve been asked to keep my fair share of unimportant secrets in my life, as has anyone who’s ever been to junior high. Everything from what kid stole a pen from the teacher’s desk to who’d lied to their parents about where they were going after school. 476 more words

Group Soto (Teams 12-16)