Author: Camila Vallejo

How ‘mistrust’ of the news motivates Hearst Journalism Fellow Tatiana Flowers

How ‘mistrust’ of the news motivates Hearst Journalism Fellow Tatiana Flowers

As a jour­nal­ist, some sto­ries will be more chal­leng­ing than oth­ers, but that nev­er stops Tatiana Flow­ers, a young reporter and Hearst Jour­nal­ism Fel­low at The Hour in Nor­walk. Flow­ers found her pas­sion for jour­nal­ism dur­ing col­lege despite her ini­tial desire to become a vet­eri­nar­i­an. Writ­ing came nat­u­ral­ly, and even­tu­al­ly, she per­fect­ed her mul­ti­me­dia skills, includ­ing in video…

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How Hearst Connecticut reporter Kaitlyn Krasselt holds public officials accountable

How Hearst Connecticut reporter Kaitlyn Krasselt holds public officials accountable

By Cami­la Valle­jo, UConn Jour­nal­ism Octo­ber 19, 2018 Meet Kait­lyn Kras­selt, a mul­ti-tal­en­t­ed reporter for Hearst Con­necti­cut Media, an Ida­ho native and a triv­ia night host. Kras­selt was recent­ly pro­mot­ed to cov­er the guber­na­to­r­i­al race as a polit­i­cal reporter after three and a half years at Hearst. Over­all, Kras­selt’s work revolves around hold­ing pub­lic offi­cials account­able. Kras­selt notably…

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