Though the industry is becoming less white male-centric, newsrooms have yet to reflect the country’s actual demographics.
Off the Record is a podcast co-hosted by news editor Julia Terbeche and multimedia editor Lauren Berny where they give audiences a behind-the-scenes look into the journalism world.
Award-winning journalist Sonia Nazario discusses her book “Enrique’s Journey” and recounts her time spent in Honduras as her inspiration for immigration reform advocacy.
In the past week, at least three members of the press have been arrested by Los Angeles Sheriff’s Deputies while documenting demonstrations throughout the city.
Just because we’re learning, that doesn’t mean we’re not legit.
Entrepreneur AJ Crook reaches a deal with “shark” Mark Cuban to invest in dog food seasoning.
Valerie Osier found her love for journalism while at Riverside Community College and graduated from the CSULB journalism program in 2017. She started as a freelancer for the Long Beach Press-Telegram and shortly thereafter became a reporter for the Daily Breeze before joining the Long Beach Post. She loves telling people’s stories, getting out of her comfort zone and experimenting with different ways to tell those stories and engage the community.
While it was a bad mistake, professional journalists dog-piling on students is a bad look.
2008 CSULB alumni Ryan ZumMallen’s new book, “Slow Car Fast” makes cars understandable for anyone.
News outlets receive unnecessary hate for following industry standards from people who don’t understand.