The Harden family had a local expert managing the web presence of their two taxi cab companies based in Savannah, GA. But when that person left the job, the Hardens struggled to find someone they could afford to make sure they had a professional look and constantly appeared at the top of the search results [...]
Medicaid reform. Not sexy dinner party conversation, but the changes taking place in North Carolina affect every taxpayer’s pocketbook and life directly, whether they know it or not. As part of my quest to bring Medicaid to life for the general public, I went and spent the afternoon with a family in far Western North [...]
Awarded “Mark of Excellence” award in the In-Depth Radio Reporting category by the Region 2 chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists on March 31, 2012. The award-winning report devoted two weeks to covering shortcomings and developments in the Sexual Abuse Reporting policies of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. 11-18-11 Part 1: [...]
Scriptwriter/Associate Producer/Additional Camera for broadcast TV report on North Carolina’s decision on whether or not to allow a controversial form of natural gas drilling to occur in the state. Click here to view the piece that aired on UNC-TV 12/5/11.
In 1963, the North Carolina General Assembly spent 15 minutes deciding to pass a bill that would restrict free speech on all of the state’s public colleges and universities. Students at UNC-Chapel Hill spent five years fighting the so-called “Speaker Ban,” eventually filing a federal lawsuit that overturned the law. Lead feature article written Fall [...]