There is a group of investigative journalists (editors, reports, producers), volunteers, and interns who report on Central Brooklyn— and only Central Brooklyn. Their analyses and stories “chronicle neighborhood change in Central Brooklyn and bring transparency to the institution of power.” They are Brooklyn Deep. Photo: Brooklyn DeepBrooklyn Deep is an
BKLYNER received four awards at the 15th Annual Ippies Journalism Awards at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism last night. We were awarded first place for investigative and in-depth reporting, first place and third place for social issues reporting and 2nd place for overall site design. Carly Miller and awards.
Rapidly expanding Corner News Media, which runs four hyperlocal news sites in Brooklyn, is looking for energetic interns to cover stories this summer ranging from local politics to transportation issues to resident profiles. The ideal candidate is a self-starting multimedia journalist who thrives on hitting the streets and finding news.
Author Paul Moses. Source: Random House, Inc.As part of the Turkish Cultural Center Brooklyn’s (TCC Brooklyn) “Media Talks” series, the Amity School will host Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Marine Park resident Paul Moses, who will discuss “How to Build a Career in Media,” Monday, February 4 at 3:
The Murrow Network, Edward R. Murrow High School’s school newspaper, won several awards including “Best Overall Print Newspaper in New York City” at this month’s Newsies! awards at Baruch College, reports Sheepshead Bites. Journalists from various local media outlets judged the competition. Several individual Murrow students won awards