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chrisclabaugh

I'm a downtown Phoenix student who loves acting and performing. I want to end up on the big screen. Or the small screen. Or both. Yeah, let's go with both.
chrisclabaugh has written 14 posts for The Professional Confession

Freelancing

by Darby Fitzgerald Freelancing offers journalists freedom and flexibility. It provides opportunities for broadcast journalists and print journalists. As a freelancer you can set your own hours, eliminate the commute, work for a variety of employers and operate on your own terms. Freelancers can be reporters, videographers, editors or graphic designers.  They are either independent … Continue reading

Dress for Success

by Will Argeros Part of being a broadcaster is your look, especially if you plan on being in front of a camera. That means dressing the part, in addition to having the voice. While the dress is professional, there are ways to personalize your look without losing credibility. This interactive guide should help point you … Continue reading

How Students Cover the Election

by Darby Fitzgerald and Mei Prang NewsWatch students are covering the election from all aspects. Assistant Dean Mark Lodato says reporters will be at the Democratic and Republican headquarters covering stories, in Tucson with Senate candidate Rich Carmona and in the community touching base with different groups involved in the election process. NewsWatch is producing two-and-a-half … Continue reading

Robotic Journalists

by Laura Sposato Robots revolutionized the automobile industry.  Surgeons are beginning to trust robotic hands more than their own.  The military has begun using droids in combat, and very few of us can say we have been to the grocery store and not used the quick, robot assisted, self-check-out when in a hurry.  Whether we … Continue reading

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