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Dolores Hinckley is a producer and reporter for WUFT News. In her time at the station, Dolores has also worked with NPR national, covering Hurricane Michael from ground zero in Panama City and the protest of white nationalist Richard Spencer at UF. In Spring 2019, Dolores interned for CBS’ “60 Minutes,” where she assisted in researching upcoming pieces for the acclaimed news magazine, including the profile of Samuel L. Jackson. Following her semester in New York, Dolores spent Summer 2019 interning for the Associated Press in Rome, covering Italy and the Vatican as a video and print journalist, prior to her graduation in December 2019. Born in Italy and raised in the U.S., Dolores one day hopes to work as a foreign correspondent for an American outlet, telling compelling stories wherever they may be. When she’s not pursuing a story, Dolores loves to fence épée and travel to compete with the UF club fencing team.
How will journalism outlets make money to survive?
It is one of the most pressing issues facing journalism: What sustainable business models will support news organizations? This week, the ONA Student Newsroom compiled insights and case studies from…
A good explainer video, explained
To make a good explainer video, a trio of experienced producers suggested, start by looking for the unexplained. Explaining the basics at a Friday session of ONA19, Valerie Lipinski, managing…
How social media helps, and complicates, disaster coverage
When Chelsea Brasted covered Hurricane Harvey for The Times-Picayune, social media shaped the way she reported. “It feels like more ways to do your job better,” said Brasted, now a…
Taking tools from conference to the newsroom
Every year journalists from across the world attend the Online News Association Conference looking to gain new tips to improve their digital skills and get an edge on the competition.…
Outside looking in: What’s up with that big blue bear?
In Denver, the elephant in the room is a giant blue bear that is always peering into the Colorado Convention Center. The 40-foot-tall sculpture is one of about 350 pieces…
10 budget-friendly places around Denver
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