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Speaking at the 2014 Kiplinger Fellows program
Carl Corry is a journalism instructor at Suffolk County Community College and freelance journalist who has held leading roles at Newsday, News 12 and Long Island Business News.
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Speaking at the 2014 Kiplinger Fellows program

I’m honored to say I’ll be a speaker at the prestigious Kiplinger Fellows program at The Ohio State University this spring.

The 2014 class, with 29 fellows, is the largest ever and includes reporters and editors from a diverse range of news organizations in the United States and eight other countries: Canada, China, Great Britain, Greece, Kenya, Philippines, Sweden and the Ukraine.

I’ll be giving a presentation on mobile newsgathering, similar to those I’ve given recently at SPJ conferences and at schools.

In its release announcing the fellows for this year, Kiplinger said more than 600 journalists applied for program, which will take place April 6-11 on the Ohio State campus in Columbus.

The fellows include a co-SPJ national board member, Rebecca Baker, who recently was named managing editor of the New York Law Journal. Congratulations to Rebecca!

Here’s more on the Kiplinger program.

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