This story won first place for “On-the-Spot News Writing” at the JACC 2021 conference. By Jennipher Vasquez CBS News correspondent Major Garrett sees a bright future in journalism for fledgling reporters. “You’re not in the content business, you’re a journalist,” Garret said. “I am proud to be with you, I’m eager upon your graduation, even
Episode Description: Viewpoints news reporter Jonathan Ramirez reports on the Mount Rubidoux fireworks show, the reopening of local Riverside spots, President Trump’s executive order against Twitter, the nationwide George Floyd protests and the retirement of Journalism Instructor Allan Lovelace. Tune in every Thursday at 6 pm for new episodes.
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By Diego Lomeli Social media, now more than ever, provides the predominant means of distributing news stories and public opinion. The invention of the smartphone, along with its convenience and timeliness, has made the public resort to one of the laziest methods of staying informed: mindlessly scrolling through a social media feed and accepting tainted
The Journalism Department is scheduled to host a panel discussion Jan. 19, to explore what effects Donald Trump’s presidency might have on free speech and higher education.
A closer look at the Riverside City College journalism department exhibit and ceremony
It’s intimidating as an aspiring journalist knowing that the field you’re entering is a dying art.
The journalism program at RCC will be offering a special class that does not come around too often. Journalism 2 will be taught by Mr. Jim Burns who has extensive experience in journalism. Below is some information about the class and what will be taught. Riverside City College plans to offer Journalism 2 – Intermediate