Student journalists in Nevada could soon see their right to a free press codified into state law if New Voices legislation maintains momentum through the state legislature.
Author: James Hoyt
A political journalism veteran turns the spotlight on college athletics
Daniel Libit is a political journalism veteran based in Chicago with no experience in traditional sports reporting.
BONUS Podcast: How a political reporter is covering college athletics
This Podcast is running in tandem with the article, A political journalism veteran turns the spotlight on college athletics. INTRO: Hey listeners, this is James Hoyt, and I’m a reporting intern for the Student Press Law Center.This interview started out as a simple story about a New Mexico watchdog suing a university foundation, but it became… Continue reading BONUS Podcast: How a political reporter is covering college athletics
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