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Five Dubs Podcast
37 minutes | Jun 10, 2021
E22: Meet the Catholic Press
Chris Gunty (Catholic Review Media), Joe Owens (The Dialog), Mark Zimmerman (The Catholic Standard) discuss how they remain fair and accurate in their religion based reporting.
38 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
E21: Sunshine Week: MDDC Open Records Project
Andy Schotz and Luciana Perez-Uribe Guinassi recap their project about Covid-19 impact on PIA request times.
31 minutes | Mar 18, 2021
E20: Digital Advertising: Big Tech vs. Local Media
Kevin Berrier MDDC advertising director for breaks down how business can utilize ads to grow their business, and offers something special to business owners who are listening. Tune in to hear what he offers.
25 minutes | Feb 26, 2021
E19: Industry Standards for Journalism?
Scott Yates is the U.S Director and Strategic Adviser for the Journalism Trust Initiative and he is working to create transparency guidelines to combat the era of fake news.
37 minutes | Feb 18, 2021
E18: Community Conversations and Local Journalism
Thomas Silvestri the executive director of the Relevance Project speaks about the importance of encouraging community dialogue.
47 minutes | Feb 11, 2021
E:17 Equitable Access to Government Information
Joanne Antoine, Lisa Kershner, Senator Cheryl Kagan, and Delegate Brooke Lierman speak about the importance of affordable and timely access to government information through use of the Public Information Act.
44 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
E15: Reporting on Maryland's Legislature
Danielle Gaines of Maryland Matters, Bryan Sears of the Daily Record, Pamela Wood of The Baltimore Sun, and Ovetta Wiggins of The Washington Post discuss how Covid-19 has changed their reporting
35 minutes | Feb 4, 2021
E16: What About Public Information Act
Lisa Kershner is Maryland's first Public Access Ombudsman and she talks about what the Public Information Act is and why it is so vital.
48 minutes | Jan 28, 2021
E14 2019 Damascus Football Alleged Sexual Assault: Courage in Journo Winner 2019
Kathleen Stubbs, Daniel Kucin Jr., Carlos Alfaro Rodriguez, and Jose Umana were nominated and won the 2019 Courage in Journalism for their reporting of the 2019 Damascus High School Football alleged sexual assault.
28 minutes | Jan 21, 2021
E:12 Welcome to our Podcast Intern
NaTavia Williams a Morgan State undergrad speaks about the importance of diversity and inclusion in journalism.
12 minutes | Jan 14, 2021
Rookie of the Year 2019 Winner
Kristen Griffith of The Enterprise was the winner of the MDDC Rookie of the Year award for 2019. This award is judged by veteran journalists from the MDDC Press Foundation and honors a new journalist (with fewer than 18 months professional experience). Kristen shares why she loves community journalism. Congratulations, Kristen!
17 minutes | Jan 9, 2021
E11: Rookie of the Year 2019: Brandon Holveck, Olivia Sanchez & Talia Richman Part 2
Brandon Holveck of the News Journal, Olivia Sanchez of the Capital Gazette, and former Rookie of the Year Talia Richman of the Baltimore Sun share insights about being early in career journalists. Brandon and Olivia have been nominated for MDDC's Rookie of the Year award. This prize honors a journalist who has been in the professional industry for 18 months or less. This recording was originally taped in 2020 to feature the 2019 Rookie of the Year nominees.
25 minutes | Jan 9, 2021
E11: Rookie of the Year 2019: Kristen Griffith, Lilly Price, Hallie Miller Daniel Oyefusi Part 1
Rookie of the Year is an award bestowed by the MDDC Press Association to a new journalist who has been in the professional setting for 18 months or less and has produced exceptional work. These two episodes were recorded in Spring 2020 to showcase the 2019 Rookie of the Year nominees. Kristen Griffith, Lily Price, Daniel Oyefusi, and Hallie Miller are featured in this episode and they describe their journalistic journeys.
46 minutes | Jul 6, 2020
E10: Gun Trace Task Force with Justin Fenton of The Baltimore Sun
Justin Fenton shares insights about reporting on Baltimore City's Gun Trace Task Force, which was part of The Baltimore Sun's nomination package for MDDC's James S. Keat FOIA Award for 2019 reporting.
43 minutes | Jun 25, 2020
E9: Naval Academy Facilities & PIA with Danielle Ohl of the Capital Gazette
Danielle Ohl shares her story about the dilapidated conditions of the Naval Academy's physical plant, which was part of the Capital Gazette's nomination package for MDDC's James S. Keat FOIA Award for 2019 reporting.
27 minutes | Jun 18, 2020
E8: Meet Salesperson of the Year nominee Kathy McGinty of the Cape Gazette
Kathy McGinty of the Cape Gazette has been serving the businesses and community of Rehoboth Beach through advertising for years and shares her perspective on the business. Kathy has been nominated for MDDC Press Association's 2019 Salesperson of the Year.
19 minutes | Jun 12, 2020
MDDC Designer of the Year: Tracie Rawson
MDDC continues talking to our Designer of the Year nominees. This week, we speak with Tracie Rawson of the Baltimore Sun.
26 minutes | May 11, 2020
Meet the Nominees for Designer of the Year (Jennifer Ellingsworth)
Jennifer Ellingsworth, designer at the Cape Gazette, discusses her perspective on newspaper design. Ellingsworth was nominated for MDDC's Designer of the Year award for 2019.
16 minutes | May 11, 2020
E5: Meet nominees for Salesperson of the Year (James Constantine)
James Constantine, sales representative at the Frederick News-Post, discusses helping his clients marketing their business. James has been nominated for MDDC Press Association's 2019 Salesperson of the Year.
24 minutes | Apr 18, 2020
Unraveling Harborplace with Melody Simmons of the BBJ
We continue our series on the nominations for MDDC’s prestigious James S. Keat FOIA Award, which honors a body of work reported primarily through open records. The Keat award, among many others, will presented online the week of May 11. In this episode “Unraveling Harborplace,” we will hear from Melody Simmons about her investigative work for the Baltimore Business Journal.
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