Category Archives: E-Mail Interviews

UMass Journalism Graduate Finds Himself in the Eye of Storm Coverage

S.P. Sullivan, a 2010 graduate of the UMass Journalism program,  has been reporting on Hurricane Sandy for NJ.com since the storm hit.  He took time from his busy schedule to do a Q&A via e-mail: Question:  Tell me about your … Continue reading

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Why Is Everyone So Pissed Off?

“Why Is Everyone So Pissed Off?” We see it everywhere. From Facebook to Twitter and e-mail: People seem really pissed off — and aren’t shy about being rude and crude in public discussions. Overall, civil discourse seems to be the … Continue reading

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Carnival of Journalism: Talking to People IS a Life Hack!

The question for this month’s Carnival: “What are your life hacks, workflows, tips, tools, apps, websites, skills and techniques that allow you to work smarter and more effectively?“ One of my favorite scenes in the Dead Poet’s Society is when … Continue reading

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The E-mail Interview

In a recent posting on Poynter’s E-Media Tidbits blog, Paul Bradshaw tackled questions over who owns the interview in an era where reporters are increasingly relying on e-mail not only as a form of communication but also as a way … Continue reading

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