The Jandoli Institute hosted a live Twitter Chat on Feb. 21 for aspiring and young journalists. Below are responses to a question from Richard Lee, the institute’s executuve director.
Haha! Love that…ummm bonas going to the NCAA tournament, covering rodeos in Montana, reporting in snow mounds taller than me…the list goes on.— Katie Tercek (@KTercek14News) February 21, 2020
Answer 1: met John Sebastian (Lovin’ Spoonful). Answer 2: wrote an investigative series that exposed a surgeon who performed unnecessary surgeries on mentally ill residents of a state psych center. They busted him. My best “J” moment. #JandoliChat https://t.co/G7HqpGdrN0— David K. (@redleader57) February 21, 2020
A6: Does getting your FOIL request answered count as fun? This is a tough one. Even my best experiences I struggle to call fun. They were super rewarding. #JandoliChat https://t.co/tjKTMoj0Eo— Tom Dinki (@tomdinki) February 21, 2020
Just one!? I love the experiences that come with journalism. I’ve toured decaying floors of an aging courthouse, interviewed playground builders in knee-high mud, been chastised by politicians and traveled thousands of miles. “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!” #JandoliChat https://t.co/Q6KGKQwqab— Whitney Downard (@WhitneyDownard) February 21, 2020
A6 from @richleeonline: I got to cover rock’n’roll for a few years, but the truth is I have a lot of fun now teaching journalism. #JandoliChat— Jandoli Institute (@Jandoli_Inst) February 21, 2020
Why did you choose journalism?
Why not PR, advertising or marketing?
Did you consider journalism grad school?
Is journalism dead?
How do you stay positive?
What happens when your job takes you to another state?
Aside from classes, what did you do during college to learn journalism?
How did you adjust from college to the workforce?
What’s the most fun you’ve had as a journalist?
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