Monthly Archives: April 2013

Day with Henry Oliu

Enrique Oliu was hired by the Tampa Bay Rays 15 years ago to be their radio Spanish announcer. However, there is something that makes him different from the other 2,000 plus broadcasters in professional sports. Enrique, a Nicaraguan native, has … Continue reading

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The Varied World of Journalism

It is no secret that most college students have no idea what they are going to do with their degrees after they graduate, and I am not ashamed to say I am one of the many confused young minds. I … Continue reading

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A Talk With a Journalist

By Donovan Swift I had the chance to learn from Michael Van Sickler, a journalist with The Tampa Bay Times since 2003, who mostly covers politics in the bay area. Although he was not able to meet in person, Michael … Continue reading

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Eating Food & Writing Reviews.. Is This Real Life?

After many failed attempts trying to plan out a time to shadow Jeff Houck, I never lost hope. Perseverance is key, if one puts their mind to something, it will happen. On Thursday, April 25, I accompanied Mr. Houck to … Continue reading

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A Day With a Journalist: Bike Week Edition

For my day with a Journalist assignment, I decided that the best way for me to get the whole Journalism experience would be to shadow a journalist who works in my hometown area. I’m lucky enough to go to school … Continue reading

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A Day at the Times

When I heard back from Assistant Metro Editor Sherri Day at the Tampa Bay Times I was thrilled! Although I had known that my interest were in the field of journalism, I had never actually seen any type of journalist … Continue reading

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Music Journalism Interview with Jay Cridlin

The active life of a reporter can seem like a daunting task. Without true passion for writing it would be a waste of time. Jay Cridlin, music staff writer for the Tampa Bay Times,  enjoys the busy schedule with juggling … Continue reading

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