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Civilian Journalism in New York City – An Archetype for Hamburg?

Posted by ElJay Arem (IMC OnAir) on September 29, 2010


Part of the series of lectures USA Today is speaking Lonnie Isabel (New York) in the Hamburg Media School (HMS)…

USA Today is a series of lectures organized by the HMS – Hamburg Media School in cooperation with the Consulate General of the United States of America, Hamburg.

Date: 15th October 2010 – 06:00 pm
Venue: Hamburg Media School (Finkenau 35, 22081 Hamburg),
lecture auditorium “Journalism”
(2nd floor)

Isabel, Lonnie – Associate Professor; Director of the International Reporting Program

Lonnie Isabel is the former deputy managing editor of Newsday, and was responsible for supervising the national, foreign, state, Washington, health and science staffs.

Prof. lonnie Isabel (CUNY)

During his 16-year career at the newspaper, Isabel also served as assistant managing editor, overseeing coverage of the September 11th aftermath and the Iraq War, and as national editor, covering the 2000 presidential campaign and the Oklahoma City bombing. Earlier in his career, Isabel worked as a reporter and assistant city editor at the Oakland Tribune, and as a political reporter at the Boston Globe. He was appointed a Poynter Ethics Fellow in 2006. He has taught news writing at Hofstra and San Francisco State universities. He received a B.A. in African Studies from Amherst College. (Source (text/image): CUNY).

download USA Today programme here (PDF)

(Source: 09/29/2010 – HMS – Hamburg Media School)

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