Ten Days and No Post– What Gives?

I just realized tonight when I went to place an update on the Society of Professional Journalists’ Diversity Blog, for which I write occasionally, that I had not provided an update here in 10 days.

In the world of journalism where working journalists are expected to post multiple times a day, that’s not acceptable.

There’s never enough time in the day.

I have a long list of topics on which to report here, but a very short span of available time to do so.  Blogging is not at the top of my “To Do” list tonight.

I’ll have more to say here tomorrow, if not sooner.

For now, consider this my first blog post for the month of April.

Author: George Daniels

George L. Daniels is an associate professor of journalism at the University of Alabama. After spending eight years in the local television newsroom working as a producer at stations in Richmond, Virginia; Cincinnati, Ohio; and Atlanta, Georgia, Daniels moved from the newsroom to the classroom. He’s conducted research on diversity issues in the media workplace and change in the television newsroom as well as media convergence. Before going to work in television news, Daniels worked briefly as a freelance writer for The Richmond Free Press in his hometown of Richmond, Va.

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