Journalists hitting the Lifestyle Beat

Photo Credit: Holly Martin Holly Martin has been in broadcast journalism for over five years. You can catch her on the radio in Philly and Atlantic City. She loves the fall, and all things spooky. When she’s not in Philadelphia, Holly spends most of her time on the beach. She will be graduating in May... Continue Reading →

Philadelphian Emerson Max starts own beat Homelessness throughout City

Emerson Max, a junior journalism student at Temple University, plans on taking an in-depth look into the lives of the homeless throughout the city of Philadelphia. You see, Max comes from a small town in North Jersey called Union County and for a suburban kid, college in the big city can be a bit of... Continue Reading →

Winberg takes on poor infrastructure, discrimination and town hall meetings as the new Disabilities beat writer

An estimated 15.9 percent of Philadelphia residents have a disability according to the U.S. Census Bureau’s 2015 American Community Survey. Michaela Winberg, the new disabilities beat reporter for Multimedia Storytelling, want to tell those Philadelphian’s stories. Winberg considers herself a news reporter. However, the junior journalism major, originally from West Field, New Jersey, believes the... Continue Reading →

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