Official blog of Clark's Blogging for Journalists class, Mass Communication department
1. Which form of media journalism do you think is the most powerful and which is your favorite?2. What is the best experience your blogging has brought into your life that you might not have had otherwise?
1. Where do you stand between personal and professional blogging? What's the line?2. Do you feel there is an uncertain gray area for ethically blogging for journalists?
1) Do you ever get criticized for your writing? If so, how do you deal with that?2) What was your gateway into your journalism career?
How did Jack Kerouac influence you as an artist/writer?What defines your voice as a storyteller? How did you find your voice?
1. Has there been an instance where a blog has hindered a story you were working on?2. How does blogging affect your job as a managing editor?
1. How does the meditation help with your creativity when blogging?2. Did you ever consider fully switching to video blogging versus writing?
1) Is there any method in particular which helps instigate your creativity?2) Do you ever find your blogging/musician voice seeping into your day job and if so do you welcome it? If not, how do you avoid it?
1) If you had to pick between being a musician and blogging which would you pick?2) Do you feel that blogging is becoming a part of everyday journalism?
1. Why was it so important to you to differentiate yourself from being journalist to being an actual writer? How has your writing changed? 2.I know that running is a great outlet, do you ever brainstorm new creative and innovative ideas for your blog?
How long have you been a multi-media journalist? Do you think that is crucial to future journalist's?
1. How does it feel to be Named as member of UCO Media Advisory Board?2. What made you decide to become a journalist?
1.Has the consumers control of its media affected how blogs are created?2.How can blogging aid in media planning?
Where did you graduate college from? Do you feel as though your college career prepared you well enough for your blogging career?What would you have liked to learn in your college career that you feel would've helped you, that maybe you can give us insight to?
1) Out of all the posts you have written, if you had to choose one for your sons to read when they are older, which would it be?2) What comment that a reader has left you has been imbedded into your brain?
1) How do you deal with your personal opinions in terms of blogging certain topics in your blog?2)If there is one thing that we should remember about blogging, what will it be?
1) You have found yourself pursuing different avenues that have allowed you to write in most or all of them as a journalist, story teller, musician, etc. At any time have these affected your voice as a writer? if not how do you maintain a consistent voice in all of these areas?2. As a journalist, do you try and isolate yourself away from your personal life so that it doesn't affect your writing?
1. Do you think blogging is going to continue changing journalism? How?2. Does writing ever become too challenging, between your personal and work lives?