Posts tagged with ‘journalism’

  • Short news clips suit our distracted culture

    Actual stories, made by real journalists are not out in the open like the rest of this content, they seem…

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  • Depressing focus as young journalists face unstable future

    News these days is depressing. It seems the media has developed an obsession with over covering disasters and drama. Any…

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  • Fairbanks celebrates 41st Festival of Native Arts

    Last weekend was the 41st annual Festival of Native Arts. Various performing groups, vendors and audience members filled the Great…

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  • Trial by fire for student journalists

    By Micheal Ives, Extreme Alaska The last few months have been remarkable teaching tools for the up-and-coming journalists in Extreme…

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  • GVEA reports Healy wind farm success

    FAIRBANKS, Alaska (AP) — Officials for the power cooperative serving customers outside Fairbanks say the company’s wind farm is showing…

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  • Don’t even say the word “uploading” to me

    By Micheal Ives, Extreme Alaska Don’t say the word “uploading” to me right now.  Don’t even start to shape up…

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  • Power of the press pass

    By Micheal Ives, Extreme Alaska Oh, the press pass.  The dream of a student-journalist.  The almighty pass that allows you…

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  • With our powers combined

    By Micheal Ives, Extreme Alaska Week one of Extreme Alaska has flown by!  Reporters have been hitting the streets and…

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  • Coming soon – Traditions: Lost and found

    Extreme Alaska is looking for lost or altered UAF traditions. Any traditions that have been cancelled, or changed over the last hundred…

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