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The Newsroom: Disrupted

The Newsroom: Disrupted

When I look back on my time at The Cavalier Daily, three things stand out for me: deadline pressure, waiting for hours by the phone for a call back, and my reporter’s notebook. That was 2001. Today, I work in the CNBC newsroom where, yes, there is deadline pressure, but it’s round the clock. It’s not […]

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Alumni Contributions

Tour Renovated Newspaper Offices

Written and narrated by Matthew Cameron, fourth-year College student and former editor-in-chief. Produced by Hugh Yang, first-year student and video producer, and Claire Wang, second-year College student and multimedia manager.

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Video

Teacher Adapts to New Media

One of the few regrets I have from my Cavalier Daily days is not getting a negative of my first story. This was a tradition among those who had been around a while. Unfortunately, I arrived in the basement of Newcomb right as the paper was phasing out its old preflight process in favor of […]

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Alumni Contributions

New Leader Offers Vision for Newspaper

Previous Cavalier Daily editor-in-chiefs will remember the fake window which provides a rare glimpse of the outside world in what is now the basement of Newcomb Hall. During snowstorms, 90-degree heat waves and torrential downpour the view in the portrait remains the same — unchangeable. The Cavalier Daily, however, is not the same. Editors have […]

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Student Contributions

Former Editor Talks Restructuring Plan

The Cavalier Daily recently announced a comprehensive plan to shift focus from the traditional daily newspaper to a digital-first newsroom. Starting in August 2013, the organization will replace its daily newspaper with a revamped biweekly newsmagazine and expand online and mobile content offerings. For more insight into the forthcoming changes, the College Topics Blog recently spoke with […]

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Q&A's