David Martel, business and audience development manager for MLive Media Group's Southeast Michigan region, spoke Feb. 13, 2013, on "Disruptive Innovation: The News Media Revolution" at the LA2M group session in Ann Arbor, Mich.
On Dec. 20, 2012, The Milan News-Leader and Saline Reporter published a story titled, "York Twp. supervisor calls appointee 'too old' for job." Today, Dec. 27, 2012, Martha Churchill, the reporter who wrote the story, and Editor Michelle Rogers are at York Township Hall to listen to a recording of that meeting after several complaints that supervisor John Stanowski did not use the words "too old" or say Jane Kartje may die before finishing her term. Here's a recording of the recording. Judge for yourself.
Leslie McGraw presents on integrating social media into professional development.
At the Michigan Press Association convention, hosted at the Amway Grand Hotel in Grand Rapids, "The Shape of Things to Come" was presented by current and former college newspaper editors. It was moderated by Joe Grimm, professor at Michigan State University, who was introduced by Ken Winter, North Central Michigan College and Michigan State University Journalism School instructor, consultant and Petoskey News-Review editor and publisher.
It's October 26th 2011 and I'm at Bracken Village part of Evangecal(?) Homes of Michigan and Celine and I'm speaking with Edna Maylog(?). She's 81. She's a native of Celine a career woman all her life. She is a registered nurse and still has her license at 81. She worked at the Detroit health department and she's a graduate of Wayne State University. So Edna hello. Hello. Tell me about your career as a nurse. Did you always know you want to be a nurse. I think I live part of my life with my grandmother and I think through her she would tell me about experiences in the hospital that I decided I wanted to be in there. So my brother wanted to be a teacher but I found out but I found out nursing is part teaching too. Was your grandmother a nurse. No my grandmother wasn't ___ but she I admired nurses ok.
Michelle Rogers, managing editor of Heritage Media-West in Southeast Michigan, interviews Leroy Taylor of Saline about his musical background and work at the U.S. Postal Service.
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Peg West, Meegan Holland and Kate Nagengas talk about "Covering the Big, Breaking Story Online Including Using Social Media -- A Case Study" at the Michigan AP Editorial Association Annual Editors Meeting Oct. 12 in Mount Pleasant, Mich.