We Are Women, Hear Us Roar

October 19, 2012

Should there be any doubt now that women can handle presidential debates, as well as men?  That they can conduct a live television event that lasts for 90 minutes before an audience of 60 million viewers?  That they can be smart, bold and professional in dealing with the men who would be president and vice […]

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Sexploitation of the News

September 16, 2011

I can’t swear to the veracity of this incident but the faculty believes it happened.  As the story goes, one of the journalism graduates from my college applied for a job at a small television station.  The executive interviewing her asked if she had ever considered getting breast implants.  He reportedly asked that question?  Outrageous.  […]

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Why I blog

November 13, 2010

As if there weren’t enough blogs, why would I add my words, my thoughts, and my opinions to the millions already floating through cyberspace?  Well, because I find I have so darned much to say about everything. And what better way to find an audience than a website? After working as a broadcast journalist for […]

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