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Explosive Investigative Reporting Program-led series exposing police officers with criminal records is launched

Related story by recent graduate airs on Reveal nationwide A six-month investigation involving more than 30 newsrooms across California, led by Berkeley Journalism’s Investigative Reporting Program (IRP), has found hundreds of criminal convictions against current and former police officers, dozens of them still on the job. What began as a simple story triggered by explosive…
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Berkeley Journalism photography student captures San Francisco climate march for The New York Times

How documentary photographer James Tensuan (‘20) got the image that dominated a New York Times global package. On Sept. 18, two days before the global climate march, New York Times photo editor Matthew McCann sat at his desk in Manhattan, trying to figure out which photographers he would commission for the Times’ online climate package.…
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Rosa Tuirán Awarded Brian Pollack Documentary Fellowship

For a journalist, rejection is part of life. Sources don’t respond to you, pitches get declined, stories sometimes don’t seem good enough. Realizing that others recognize your talent can be a powerful boost to a young journalist’s confidence and career. The Brian A. Pollack Fellowship aims to provide exactly that sort of boost to gifted…
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National Association of Black Journalists at UC Berkeley Career Fair, Saturday, November 2

The National Association of Black Journalists at UC Berkeley is hosting the first annual Media Career Fair, bringing recruiters from the top media companies around the country to pick fresh talent from the Bay Area. This free event connects journalists as well as journalism and media students in the Bay Area to media companies or…
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Eva Rendle (‘19) receives Student Academy Award nomination

Documentary filmmaker and 2019 Berkeley Journalism graduate Eva Rendle has been named one of seven finalists in the 46th Student Academy Awards. Eva’s thesis film “All That Remains” is an intimate portrait of the second responders and vineyard workers who are still dealing with the aftermath of the 2017 North Bay Fires, one year later.…
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