Award-winning Brazilian journalist Chris Delboni has been a foreign correspondent in Washington, D.C., since 1993 before moving to Miami, where she has taught journalism at the University of Miami and Florida International University. At FIU, she was the first news director for the South Florida News Service, serving local mainstream newspapers, such as the Miami Herald. In 2016, Delboni left her position at FIU for new challenges. She has started Delboni Communications, and among other projects and programs, she holds workshops on media training and mobile video training, and coaches journalists and college students on succeeding in their field of choice and career changes. She also publishes “Direto de Miami”, a column/blog that features Brazilians in South Florida, as well as news and things to do around Miami.
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Great piece by Neil Reisner at SPJ Quill: Wednesday, April 09, 2014 Digital Media Toolbox Are journalism students up to code? By Neil Reisner Ecclesiastes put it this way: “There’s nothing new under the sun.” I recall the Old Testament… Read More ›
By Barbara Corbellini Duarte I met my professors and mentors, Chris Delboni and Allan Richards, in a chilly morning in New York City because our j-school is now a national deal. Chris Delboni, South Florida News Service news director, was… Read More ›
Both SFNS news director Chris Delboni and alum Silvana Ordoñez will be at Columbia Journalism School tomorrow as panelists for a conference: Classrooms as Newsrooms: Teaching Journalism in the Real World. — For details of all panels, visit: http://www.journalism.columbia.edu/event/861/14 Columbia Journalism… Read More ›
Journalism will never die: A young journalist’s vision and the history of SFNS, the program that trained her
By Barbara Corbellini Duarte South Florida News Service Newspapers are folding, bloggers often take over the news and most journalists make little money. Yet, every year thousands of students insist to enroll in J-Schools. “But why? I think you would… Read More ›
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South Florida News Service celebrates four successful years of journalism teaching in Florida International University
Check out the video recorded by student Banelly Paz focusing the 4 years of South Florida News Service, on Vimeo. For more information on the news service conducted by Florida International University, visit http:/sfnsonline.com.