Looking back on Youth Radio’s best Instagram posts of the year, it’s that 2017 has been craaaaaaazy.
Check out some of Youth Radio’s best reporting over the past year!
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I thought political awareness meant living and breathing what I read in the news. But when my beliefs got twisted with other people’s opinions, I decided to re-evaluate my media consumption.
When you want to know what’s going on in the world… but it’s Friday.
Major news outlets rely heavily on captivating headlines to attract readers. And some media companies go so far as to use A/B testing, which turns headline writing into a numbers game.
You’ve got an idea for a great story… or at least you think it’s a great story. Now you need to convince your editor/teacher why this story needs to get made, and why you’re the right reporter for the job. So what goes into a good pitch? How much research do you need to do before you make your pitch? We’ve put together some of tips of the trade on putting together the best pitch for your story idea.
Today on The Educated Traphouse Radio we had our first show of the session! We had three juicy playlists from DJ Uniquity, DJ Yahs, and DJ Too-Wavy. We started off the show with a newscast from Valencio and Ashley. Valencio reported the discovery of a skull that a homeless man had found in downtown Oakland. Ashley talked about how despite the fact that recent allegations against Bill Cosby have led to protests, fans will continue loving him.
Youth Radio mourns the loss of Raul Ramirez, a much loved leader in the field of journalism in the SF Bay Area and nationally and a great champion of diversity in the newsroom. Raul was a tough editor with a great sense of humor. After working for several major newspapers, he spent more than 20 years as Executive Director for News and Public Affairs at KQED Radio in San Francisco.