Most of the editors – both incoming and outgoing – attended our final staff meeting of the semester this afternoon. With a little 80’s music in the background, we noshed on cake and chatted.
Once everyone finished their delectable dessert, I gave a short speech and presented Bari (outgoing EDGE) and Stacey (outgoing sports) with plaques honoring their time as editors at The Miami Hurricane.
We then discussed a number of ideas I had compiled and e-mailed last night. The ideas came from the Florida Society of Newspaper Editor online and multimedia sessions I sat in on Saturday, Friday’s meeting with Randy Stano and other ideas that had been accumulating in my head.
Everyone will be brainstorming ideas during break and contemplating ways to continue improving the print and online editions. We will surely come back stronger than ever.
PS. We finally hung up this year’s covers in the design office. Thanks to incoming editors Matt Bunch (sports) and Dan Buyanovsky (EDGE) for their assistance.
Here is the spring 2008 editorial staff (new editors are in bold, new positions are noted with an asterisk):
Assistant News Editor
Assistant Sports Editor
Assistant Multimedia Editor*
It’s been quite a busy week, and we only had one issue! Here’s a quick look at what’s been going on and what’s coming up…
Wednesday: Last deadline day of the semester
Thursday: Last issue of the semester comes out; Web meeting with adviser, professors and select staffers
Friday: Staff lunch with the Ibis yearbook; design and content meeting with visual journalism professor and Ibis yearbook adviser Randy Stano
Saturday: Day off? Nope. Karyn, Matt, Will and I will be helping out at a Florida Society of Newspaper Editors event happening at the School of Communication.
Sunday: The staff say farewell to outgoing editors Stacey Arnold and Bari Lieberman, introduction of incoming editors and a discussion of deas for next semester
Tuesday: Incoming Sports Editor Matthew Bunch and I meet with Michelle Kaufman, an adjunct professor and Miami Herald sports writer who teaches CNJ 523 Sports Reporting in the spring.
The Miami Hurricane student newspaper is looking to hire a multimedia editor, a paid position that would begin in the spring. This editor would oversee all aspects of multimedia for TheMiamiHurricane.com and work with staff members who are producing multimedia content.
Applicants should be skilled in capturing and editing audio and video. Experience with Final Cut Pro and the ability to to create slideshows with Flash are required.
It also important that candidates be able to be able to complete projects in a timely manner because of twice-weekly deadlines for the Monday and Thursday editions.
Please contact Greg Linch at firstname.lastname@example.org to submit a resume and an electronic portfolio, as well arrange an interview.