Multimedia Journalism

Data Journalism for Capital News Service

“It Shouldn’t Surprise You That More People Are Leaving Maryland Than Coming”

October 30, 2015 — By Zoe Sagalow, story, data analysis, maps and Web development

http://cnsmaryland.org/interactives/fall-2015-2/maryland-migration-10-15/index.html

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Reporter packages, classwork in fall 2014

Nationwide, universities must work to comply with new federal regulations aimed to prevent sexual misconduct on campuses. This is one of continuing efforts across the country after a Department of Justice study found almost 20 percent of women experience attempted or completed sexual assault in college. I found out about the University of Maryland’s new prevention training program.
Interviews with:
–Jordan Seres, University of Maryland computer engineering senior
–Catherine Carroll, University of Maryland Title IX Officer
–Laura Dunn, Founder of SurvJustice
Video production and editing by Zoe Sagalow
For JOUR361: Television Reporting and Production — Philip Merrill College of Journalism, Fall 2014

Police in College Park are taking steps to make Route 1 safer after about half a dozen accidents earlier this year – a few of which killed pedestrians. I found out about one of the safety initiatives.
On-camera interview with Alice Lu, University of Maryland junior
Video production by Zoe Sagalow, except stand-up filmed by Alexis Brown; video editing by Zoe Sagalow
For JOUR361: Television Reporting and Production — Philip Merrill College of Journalism, Fall 2014

Interviews with:
-Eric Golman, CEO, CAOEXIST Superfood Company (maker of Javazen)
-Julia Klein, Operations & Business Coordinator, Dingman Center for Entrepreneurship
Video production and editing by Zoe Sagalow
For JOUR361: Television Reporting and Production — Philip Merrill College of Journalism, Fall 2014

Sampling of radio stories for WTOP News, summer 2014

Practice radio story
Written and voiced by Zoe Sagalow
August 14, 2014
For WTOP News (103.5 FM)

Aired August 3, 2014 on WTOP News (103.5 FM)
Written by Zoe Sagalow
Read by Mike Murillo, anchor

Aired August 2, 2014 on WTOP News (103.5 FM)
Written by Zoe Sagalow
Read by Mike Murillo, anchor

Aired June 16, 2014, on WTOP News (103.5 FM)
Written by Zoe Sagalow
Read by Hillary Howard, anchor

Reporter packages and natural sound packages, classwork in spring 2014

Student-founded business Procity was co-founded by Chris Lane, a junior at the University of Maryland at College Park. I spoke with him as well as the president of UMD’s American Red Cross Club, Thomas Wilkerson.
Video production and editing by Zoe Sagalow
For JOUR262: Broadcast Studio and Field Production – Philip Merrill College of Journalism – April 2014
Published on Stories Beneath the Shell News on May 15, 2014

Good Neighbor Day, organized by the University of Maryland’s Office of Community Engagement, brought volunteers of all ages to the College Park United Methodist Church on Saturday, March 29, for a variety of community service activities, including sorting of the food from a recent food drive, removal of invasive plants, and trash pick-up.
Video production and editing by Zoe Sagalow and Alexis Brown
For JOUR262: Broadcast Studio and Field Production – Philip Merrill College of Journalism – March-April 2014

The University of Maryland Police Department’s public information officer, Sgt. Rosanne Hoaas, and a UMPD graduate assistant, Matthew Popkin, tell about the role student employees have in the police department.
Video production and editing by Zoe Sagalow and Alexis Brown
For JOUR262: Broadcast Studio and Field Production – Philip Merrill College of Journalism – March 2014

Jack Turner, a mechanic at the University of Maryland at College Park’s campus bike shop, located in the sub-basement of Cole Field House, tells what it’s like to work at the bike shop.
Video by Zoe Sagalow, with Alexis Brown
Editing by Zoe Sagalow
For JOUR262: Broadcast Studio and Field Production – Philip Merrill College of Journalism – February 2014

Audio package, January 2014

Businesses and Sustainability — why respecting the environment and natural resources is in the best interest of businesses financially
Podcast by Zoe Sagalow
© Zoe Sagalow, January 2014

Natural sound package, January 2014

Eric Reid, CEO of SPAGnVOLA Chocolatier, talks about the vertically integrated premium chocolate business that he and his wife, Crisoire Reid, head chocolatier of SPAGnVOLA, founded.
Video and production by Zoe Sagalow
© Zoe Sagalow, January 2014

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