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PUB. DATE
September 2004
SOURCE
Nieman Reports;Fall2004, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p116
SOURCE TYPE
Periodical
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This article provides an update on several journalists as of September 2004. Robert C. Miller of United Press International, died on July 26, 2004, after a series of strokes. He was 89 years old. Michael Green has written his memoirs, Around and About, published by New Africa Books, Cape Town, South Africa. The book covers his career in journalism and includes a chapter on Harvard, with special reference to South African involvement over the past 45 years. Green, who is retired and lives in Durban, was a newspaper editor for 20 years. J. Barlow Herget is now host of State Government Radio, an online radio station that covers North Carolina's state government. He also continues to be a panelist on NC Spin, a television program that addresses topics of interest to North Carolinians. Herget has written for the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, the Detroit Free Press, and North Carolina's The News and Observer. Carlos Aguilar, after a career with CBS News and local and regional TV news operations in Houston and Dallas, has been teaching media literacy and technology to at-risk inner-city high school students in Houston and just completed study for and was awarded his Texas secondary teaching certification.
ACCESSION #
14690231

 

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