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Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz was featured
May 24, 2012
Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz left a comment for Louis C. Hochman
"I just wanted to drop in and say hello to a fellow patcher :) I work for Patch in Northeast Ohio now, as an ALE! So excited! How are things going in your Patch of town?   Megan Rozsa"
Apr 1, 2011
Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz updated their profile
Jun 10, 2010
Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz commented on Louis C. Hochman's blog post Are your local cops smarter than a sixth-grader?
"Hey thanks! :)"
Jun 10, 2010
Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz left a comment for Bryan Wroten
"Welcome, friend! :)"
Apr 28, 2010
Louis C. Hochman left a comment for Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz
"1) Keep experimenting, like you're doing. No one knows what the future of journalism will be. Be willing to try anything reasonable that doesn't mean sacrificing your core journalistic principles. Be clever. 2) Forget the extra pens. Bring…"
Apr 28, 2010
Megan Rozsa and Kelly Metz updated their profile photo
Apr 28, 2010

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Got a Web site?
http://fieldlessons.wordpress.com/
What type of a creative pro/hobbyist are you:
Writer, Photographer, Videographer
Anything else?
We are reporters for The Morning Journal in Lorain, Ohio
If you could give just one piece of advice to every single person in your field, what would it be?
Carry extra pens

New post!

We've been slow at updating on here, but we've had several new blog posts since the one where Megan talks about death. Head over to News: From the Field to check 'em out!



We just added a new post to our blog "News: From the Field." Megan discusses one of the hardest jobs of being a reporter -- writing about death.

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At 1:04pm on April 28, 2010, Louis C. Hochman said…
1) Keep experimenting, like you're doing. No one knows what the future of journalism will be. Be willing to try anything reasonable that doesn't mean sacrificing your core journalistic principles. Be clever.
2) Forget the extra pens. Bring pencils. They handle the cold and rain better.
 
 
 

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