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How to Cover Money
Thinking Like a Business Reporter, Even If You're Not One
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June 14, 2015 04:03 PM PDT

Today we have a very familiar "guest" on the show. We spend time chatting about sports rivalries with HTCM host Micki Maynard. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

June 07, 2015 10:33 PM PDT

Part two on the editor's point of view includes Marilyn Geewax of NPR giving us her thoughts on the importance of impact in stories. She discusses how news from around the world affects readers and listeners in local markets, and its up to journalists to convey that. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

June 01, 2015 09:01 PM PDT

After a hiatus, we're back this week with Kim Quillen of the Arizona Republic. She is currently the East Valley Editor and formerly the Republic's business editor. She is also an alum of the New Orleans Times-Picayune. She dropped by to give us some perspective on how reporters can keep their editors happy. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

May 10, 2015 09:34 PM PDT

This week we again spend some time talking with long-time technology journalist and journalism professor, Dan Gillmor. Last week Dan gave us some insight into the state of technology journalism, while this week Dan gives us some advice on how to begin covering technology and what journalists should look out for. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

May 03, 2015 04:40 PM PDT

This week we spend some time talking with long-time technology journalist and journalism professor, Dan Gillmor. We're splitting our conversation with Dan into two episodes with this week looking at the state of technology journalism, and then next week we'll dive into tips and advice on covering the industry. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

April 26, 2015 07:00 AM PDT

This week on How To Cover Money Series 2: Tips from Top Journalists, Reynolds Center Graduate Assistant, Rian Boose stops by to give us a look at millennials and how they handle money. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

April 19, 2015 02:18 PM PDT

This week on How To Cover Money Series 2: Tips from Top Journalists, Ben Bergman of KPCC Los Angeles joins us to talk business for broadcast. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

April 10, 2015 09:41 PM PDT

This week How To Cover Money kicks off Series 2, Tips from Top Journalists. We caught up with Michael Grabell of ProPublica to talk about his recent investigative reporting series on the dangers temporary workers face in the United States. Grabell's series was awarded the 2014 Barlett and Steele Award for Investigative Journalism from the Donald W. Reynolds National Center for Business Journalism and he offers us some tips on data journalism and taking on big stories.

How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

March 21, 2015 06:57 PM PDT

Week Ten: Covering money and politics. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

March 11, 2015 07:30 PM PDT

Week Nine: Covering the business of sports. How To Cover Money is a weekly podcast from the Reynolds National Center For Business Journalism at Arizona State University. Reynolds Director Micheline Maynard and co-host Mark Remillard of KTAR News in Phoenix offer tips on ways to find the money in any story, even if you aren't a business journalist.

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