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Erin Rhoda

Maine Focus Editor

Bangor Daily News

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Bangor Daily News

1 Merchants Plaza

Bangor, Maine,04402

United States

Company Description

A family-owned business now in its fourth generation of ownership, the BDN has produced Maine's newspaper of record, Bangor Daily News, for well over one hundred years. Established in 1889 by the great-grandfather of the current publisher, Richard J. Warren, t...more

Background Information

Employment History

Reporter

Morning Sentinel, MaineToday Media


Contributor

Sun-Journal


Volunteer President

Maine Ghana Youth Network


Affiliations

Fairness Wednesday

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Education

English

Colby College


Master's Degree

Creative Writing

Trinity College Dublin


Web References(81 Total References)


Media Mutt | The Bollard

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BDN editorial-page editor Erin Rhoda deserves a lot of credit for her writing, as does Brian Feulner for the video, Will Davis and Pattie Reaves for production, Natalie Feulner for interview support and Eric Zelz for graphics.


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Erin Rhoda
Erin Rhoda


Breaking Ground - Who We Are

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Erin Rhoda
Erin is an editor with the Bangor Daily News in Maine, studied English at Colby College, and has a master's in creative writing from Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. She has run an afterschool program for youth in Ghana and distributed bed nets to rural villages in Sierra Leone.


2015 | Beyond the Basics

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Join Erin Rhoda, an editor at the Bangor Daily News, and Ken Norton, Executive Director of NAMI New Hampshire, as they walk us through the process journalists follow to determine what they look for in interviews, what happens to determine what they are looking for in interviews, what happens after the facts are collected, and how to manage the interview.


Covering Sexual Assault - Nieman Reports

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Then-editorial page director for the Bangor Daily News in Maine, Rhoda had been contacted a few months earlier by Cara Courchesne, communications director of the Maine Coalition Against Sexual Assault, asking for advice on a media kit the organization was putting together.
They started a conversation that ended up with Rhoda and another reporter registering for a 40-hour training offered at night by a local rape crisis organization to learn how to talk to victims of rape and sexual assault. "It was such an important learning experience for us," says Rhoda. Rhoda brought that concept back to the newsroom, where she and the rest of the staff devised "Proof," a multimedia story that combines text, photos, graphics, and videos to tell the stories of three rape victims-two women and one man. Among them is Louise, the woman who agonized about telling her father about her assault. While having drinks at the house of an acquaintance, she woke up to find him on top of her, raping her. "I knew that I had been drugged," she said. Ashamed, Louise never reported the rape to the police-and only saw a doctor a week after the incident, when physical evidence had already disappeared. According to one study by the University of Southern Maine's Muskie School of Public Service, 13,000 instances of unwanted sexual activity occur in Maine annually, but only 3,300 of them are reported to police. In showing the voices and faces of victims, Rhoda and her colleagues hoped to highlight a challenge that bedevils reporters as much as victims: How to talk about something you can't prove happened? "That's what makes this issue of proof so important," Rhoda says.


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