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Alan Krawitz

I'm a native Long Islander whose been writing/reporting for more than 15 years for a variety of media outlets including Newsday, NY Daily News, NY Press as well as magazines and numerous regional, local weekly and hyperlocal outlets in the NY metropolitan area. Among my specialties and areas of interest are features (politics, education, immigration, transportation, land-use/zoning, cops/courts), business and community profiles, spot hard news coverage and longer, more investigative-type pieces. And, of course, all issues that touch on the craft we know as Journalism.

Inflight Entertainment Company Global Eagle Inks Deal with Digital Newsstand Leader Magzter

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A recent deal announced by inflight entertainment company Global Eagle and digital content provider Magzter will give airlines—and their passengers—access to thousands of local, regional and international magazines.

The initial rollout of the service will be made available to Global Eagle’s airline partners Dubai-based Fly Dubai and Brazil’s largest carrier, TAM Airlines. Read more

Online News Outlet Alaska Dispatch Buys Legacy Competitor Anchorage Daily News

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Online news has certainly come a long way from the early days of the Internet when many were skeptical of the credibility of online-only news operations.

The recent announcement that the Alaska Dispatch, a born and bred, online-only news operation, will buy the McClatchy-owned Anchorage Daily News, Alaska’s largest daily newspaper, sent more than a few ripples through the news industry. Read more

Miami Herald Wins April Sidney Award For Project On Abused FL Kids

 

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photo via cpexecutive.com

Journalists Carol Marbin Miller and Audra D.S. Burch of the Miami Herald won the April Sidney Award for “Innocents Lost“, an investigative multi-media package that spotlighted more than 400 Florida children who died due to abuse or neglect even after the state’s child protection authorities confirmed mistreatment at home yet failed to act.

Started in 2009, the Sidney Award is given monthly to honor outstanding socially-conscious, investigative journalism that encourages social and economic justice. Read more

Finalists Announced for 2014 Michael Kelly Award

m.kelly-post-pic-165x300Atlantic Media recently announced four finalists competing for the 11th annual Michael Kelly Award, honoring the “fearless pursuit and expression of truth.”

The award, created in honor of journalist Michael Kelly, is sponsored by Atlantic Media, owners of two publications where Kelly had served as editor, The Atlantic and National Journal. Read more

McGraw Center for Business Journalism Offers Up to $15,000 Fellowship for In-depth Business Reporting

A new initiative established at CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism will offer fellowships of up to $15,000 to experienced business journalists starting this spring.

mcgraw center post picThe McGraw Fellowship for Business Journalism supports in-depth coverage of crucial issues related to the global economy and business. Read more

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