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Judy Bolch, professor of journalism at the University of Missouri, spoke about the objectives of the theater review and how theater "critics" can differentiate themselves from theater "reviewers."
Former Houston Harte Chair in Journalism at the Missouri School of Journalism
Missouri Association of Publications
(read bio) | (read bio) Narrative Techniques in Shorter Features: Why readers want and deserve in-depth stories with compelling writing. | (read bio) Show vs. Tell: How visual thinking can enhance storytelling | (read bio) Service Stories that Deliver | (read bio) Selling the Copy: How to write headlines, captions, and blurbs that grab attention | (read bio) Serenity Now! Editorial management 101 | (read bio). 1:35 Brief Business Meeting | Speakers | Jacqui Banaszynski | Jen Moeller | Steve Weinberg | Reuben Stern | John Fennel | Gary Whitaker | Jack Miller | Don Ranly | David Rees | Suzette Heiman | Fred Parry | Gregory Holman | Judy Bolch | Brant Houston | Andrew Clay Barton | Larry Lannon | Cam Bishop
...Judy Bolch Professor, Harte Chair in Journalism, Missouri School of Journalism Judy Bolch, Harte Chair in Innovation, came to the Missouri School of Journalism in 1997 from The Raleigh (N.C.) News & Observer where she was a managing editor.Her
chair co-sponsors the Tomorrow's
Newspaper Design Contest with the Society for News Design Foundation
teaches writing using a multi-disciplinary approach.
SATW - Travel's Most Trusted Voices
This year's competition is being judged by the Missouri School of Journalism, with Prof. Judy Bolch as coordinator.More than 20 professors are involved in the judging.
South Dakota Politics: March 6, 2006 - March 12, 2006
"I'm rooting for McClatchy because it's practically the last [newspaper] chain that doesn't strike dread and disgust in my heart," said Judy Bolch, professor at the University of Missouri School of Journalism and former managing editor of the News & Observer in Raleigh, N.C., which is owned by McClatchy.