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Voice of OC Digital Editor Sonya Quick recently talked with a multimedia class at Cal State Long Beach. Quick shared her experiences as a journalist and practical advice for journalists setting out into the new media landscape.
Día del Nino (The Day of the Child), is celebrated in Downtown Santa Ana on Sunday, April 30th. It is hosted by El Centro Cultural de Mexico and Arts OC as part of Orange County’s Imagination Celebration.
A meeting last week drew a wide cross-section of city leaders and residents – including top officials from the city, schools, police, and nonprofit groups – amid a tripling of shootings in recent years.
Voice of OC reporter Nick Gerda represented the news agency in a symposium on 21st century journalism. The journalism discussion “on the current and future condition of journalism” was organized by the Capistrano Unified School District Foundation on April 25 at Capo Valley High School in Mission Viejo. Panelists included Michael Ramirez, a
Pulitzer Prize-winning illustrator, Larry Thomas, a media specialist, and Andre Mouchard, editor at the Orange County Register.
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