Cranberry harvest season in full swing for 5th-generation owned company

By Waldy Diez CHATSWORTH (The Press of Atlantic City) — Six Pine Island Cranberry Co. workers, dressed head to toe in protective gear and waders, pushed 300-400 pound reel harvesters, or “knocking machines,” through thigh-high water in a bog, while a lead man checked for deep holes Tuesday. They were wet-harvesting just one cranberry bog … More Cranberry harvest season in full swing for 5th-generation owned company

History Of WGLS-FM Documentary Series Podcasts Now Available

Originally posted on Rowan Radio 89.7 WGLS-FM:
“Fifty Years and Counting: An Oral History of WGLS-FM”, a four-part documentary on the station’s history is now available on the WGLS-FM website. The documentary, split into four 30-minute parts, explores the station’s humble beginnings in 1964 to its rise as one of the nation’s most decorated college radio…

Insider Knowledge: A Broadcast & Digital Journalism Internship

By Delisa Morris (Newhouse Insider) – Waldy Diez – Broadcast and Digital Journalism (BDJ) G’15 – answered a few questions about her exciting and beneficial internship experience at USA Today as a video and multimedia intern. What resources did you use to acquire your internship? The BDJ program has a built-in capstone internship. However, I did … More Insider Knowledge: A Broadcast & Digital Journalism Internship

Real or nah? ‘Legally Blonde’ versus real-life universities

By Waldy Diez (USA Today College) – We all know at least one perfectly manicured person in college who fulfills the “bimbo” stereotype. That is exactly who Reese Witherspoon plays in Legally Blonde. Her character, Elle Woods, gets dumped by her boyfriend because he needs “to marry a Jackie, not a Marilyn.” So she decides to go … More Real or nah? ‘Legally Blonde’ versus real-life universities