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A native of Northern California and a Navy veteran, Jaye Cole currently resides in Atlanta and practices as a transactional project attorney. Prior to graduating from John Marshall Law School, he received his degree in journalism from Winston-Salem State University. Through his journalism efforts, attorney Cole contributed to the development of policy for body-worn cameras…

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Reese Brown is an award-winning photojournalist and the founder of VoiceMan Enterprises, an agency providing commercial voice-overs, production development, and visual multimedia design. A decorated Army veteran, his work is featured throughout the U.S. Department of Defense and regularly appears in national and international publications. How do you utilize your knowledge to benefit and inspire…

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Atlanta is the ninth-ranked media market in the United States, according to News Generation, a media relations company based in Baltimore. Home to national news conglomerate CNN, TNT, Cartoon Network, Bounce TV and local news outlets, such as WSB-TV and The Atlanta Voice, Atlanta has managed to carve out a home for Hollywood. This includes…

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Chantel Kelli is a veteran in the game of writing. As a child, she wrote at a feverish pace through numerous opportunities in her hometown of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania. She never turned down an opportunity to put her pen to use, which led to her journey at The Shade Room. As one of the original members…

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Kiki Ayers is a master communicator. As the CEO of Ayers Publicity, she oversees the careers of singer-songwriter Sy Ari Da Kid and comedian Haha Davis. Aside from her own business, she’s also one of the top media journalists in the entertainment industry today. Having worked for Revolt TV, XXL Magazine, All Def Digital, and…

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Chevrolet wrapped up the second year of “Discover the Unexpected” (DTU) Fellowship Program, where eight journalism students from Historically Black Colleges & Universities (HBCUs) were afforded the opportunity to gain real world journalism experience with the National Newspaper Publishers Association (NNPA) on Thursday, September 21, 2017 at Renaissance Washington DC Downtown Hotel, Renaissance Ballroom East…

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Gwen Ifill, who stood as one of the most respected journalists in America, has died at age 61. Ifill started her career at papers such as the Boston Herald-American, Baltimore Evening Sun, New York Times, Washington Post, and NBC. Ifill began to reach national prominence in the late-90s when she served as moderator for PBS’…

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Journalism will always be one of the most important fields of study. Although the business continues to change drastically due to new media, it’s vital for new voices to add perspective to what occurs in our society. To inspire new journalism students at Howard University, the National Newspaper Publishers Association teamed up with Chevrolet to…

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Award-winning journalist and filmmaker Rahiem Shabazz is on an endless mission to expose the disturbing truth behind America’s unequal education system through his executive produced documentary Elementary Genocide:The School to the Prison Pipeline featuring Grammy award-winning rap artist Killer Mike; political analyst Dr. Boyce Watkins; Tracey Syphax, author and community activist and many more.The film brings attention to…

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Atlanta Football Insider seeks to provide training opportunities for students in the field of broadcast journalism. Each week, students from Grady High School and North Atlanta High School are allowed to produce high school football games in the city of Atlanta. AFI’s founder, Will Tolbert, recently discussed this initiative with rolling out magazine. Talk about…

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