The phrase "photog" has more-or-less become the professional norm to refer to photographers and photojournalists in the broadcast journalism profession. It's a demeaning term, in Carolyn's opinion -- one that devalues both the work photojournalists bring to the table and their position in the newsroom.
Also, Sierra gets feedback from a talent coach, and Carolyn flies to Fairbanks totalk the importance of storytelling in the future of food systems.
This episode discusses an article published in Visual Communication Quarterly, by Mary Angela Bock, Kyser Lough & Deepa Fadnis. It was published online on October 23, 2017 and can be foundhere.
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