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Publication Date: February 19, 2007
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Feb.19,2007


Jarrett Baker's photo of a firefighter at Gatorwood Apartments helped him win sixth
place in the Hearst Competition's News/Sports category.


HEARST UPDATE
Telecom ranks sixth,
photojournalism third
The Department of
Telecommunication ranks sixth in the
annual Hearst competition.
Alexandria Butler recently placed
eighth in the Television Features
category. She received a $500 reward,
with a $500 match to the department.
Crystal Brewer tied for 11th in the
Radio competition.
The department recently entered
Jason Dunning and Natalie Caula's
work in the Hard News Reporting
category.
Dunning's piece is a spot-news
report made after Tropical Storm
Alberto brushed Cedar Key, before
making landfall in Taylor County.
Caula was WUFT-TV's lead
reporter in the extended coverage of


Danny Rolling's execution.
The Department of Journalism,
meanwhile, ranks third in the
photojournalism contest.
Jarrett Baker placed sixth in the
News/Sports category, winning $500,
with a $500 match going to the
department. Tim Hussin placed 11th
out of 50 entries.
FACULTY FOCUS
Walsh-Childers
ethical winner
Kim Walsh-
Childers
recently won the
AEJMC's Best
Practices
Competition in
the Teaching of
Ethics.


Waish-Luhniers I


SPEAK EASY
Gain sweet insight
The College will host a research
luncheon with
UF Prof. and
Chief of
Nephrology
Richard
Johnson on
March 23.
He'll
present "New
Insights into
the Role of Johnson
Sugar, and particularly Fructose, in the
Epidemic of Obesity and Cardiorenal
Disease" from noon to 1 p.m. in
Weimer 3032.
A light lunch will be served. All
faculty, staff and graduate students are
welcome.
EU antitrust
laws examined
The College is helping the Levin
College of Law to present a Feb. 22
panel discussion on international
businesses and antitrust issues in the
European Union."Facing the Music?
Microsoft, Apple and International
Antitrust Law in the EU" will begin at
8 p.m. in the Chesterfield Smith
Ceremonial Classroom (180) at the
law college. It's free and open to the
public.
The College is joining the Center
for International Business Education
and Research and the Center for
Governmental Responsibility in
putting together the program, which
explores recent EU antitrust cases
involving U.S.-based companies.
For more information, contact
Annie Sugar at amsugar@ufl.edu.


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PAPER TRAIL
Kaplan's work appears in French, Swiss pubs
The French magazine Phot 'Art International recently published two
articles by John Kaplan. Its most recent issue, which focused on
American photography, featured a six-page
article shot and written by Kaplan.
The Swiss publication Forum fur Fotografie
also recently published his work.
The Public Relations Division of the
International Communication
Association (ICA)
recently accepted
Belio Martinez's
"Emerging Cultural
Paradigm in Public
Relations Strategies
for Social Change"
for its May
conference in San
Francisco.
The division also
accepted Juan
Carlos-Molleda and Martinez
doctoral student
Alex Laskin's "Coordination and Control of
Global Public Relations to Manage Cross-
National Conflict Shifts: A Multidisciplinary
Theoretical Perspective for Research and
Practice."
Molleda


NOT TAKEN FOR GRANTED
Stations receive
PBS money
The stations' Education and
Outreach department recently received
a $4,000 grant from the PBS children's
program, "It's a Big Big World."
The department will use the money
for the North Central Florida Alliance
for the Education of Young Children
Educational Extravaganza on March
10, the Earth Day Event at the Florida
Natural History Museum on April 21,
and the Party for the Planet on April 22.


TECH TALK
TV bullpen steps up
Recent improvements in the TV
news reporters' bullpen allow tape
logging, scripting and editing from
the same desk for special projects.
This interim step is part of an
effort to create a pair of areas,
rooms 2135 and G215, where
broadcast news students can have
access to nonlinear editors for
special projects and resume tapes.


NEW HIRE
College engineers
a change
Bill McClancy accepted the TV
Engineering Technologist position.
He started working earlier this
month.
CALENDAR
Mar. 1-25: WUFT-TV March
Membership Campaign
Mar. 7-8: Telecommunication
Advisory Council Meeting
Mar. 10-17: Spring Break
Mar. 29: Knight Division hosts the
Spring Internship & Job Fair
Mar. 22-23: Public Relations
Advisory Council Meeting
Mar. 29-30: Journalism Advisory
Council Meeting
Apr. 12-14: FSPA 2007
Convention
Apr. 12-15: AAA, Burlington, VT
Apr. 18-29: WUFT/WJUF-FM
Spring Membership Campaign
Apr. 19: Annual Awards Banquet,
Emerson Hall, President's Room,
Reception at 6 p.m., Dinner at
7 p.m.
Apr. 25: Classes End
Apr. 26-27: Reading Days
Apr. 28-30: Final Exams
May 5: Commencement
GET IN LINE
the open line seeks
submissions
the open line is usually
published on the Monday following
a payday, except during summer
and holidays. It can be accessed on
the Web at www.jou.ufl.edu/pubs/
openline/.
Deadline for submitting news is
the Wednesday before publication.
Boaz Dvir serves as editor, and
Olivia Jeffries coordinates
production.
Please send all news items to
bdvir@jou.ufl.edu. Thank you.


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