The international spotlight was cast on Athens in October because of a public sex act that was initially investigated as an alleged rape on our main Uptown drag that caught the attention of a wide range of media.
Our editorial office has been a living, breathing journalism ethics course, and I’ve learned a lot because of it. I’d be remiss not to mention that I’m quite proud of the extensive work we at The Post have done on the subject.
Otherwise, my main focus has been on editing, writing editorials and producing multimedia this month.
My main project was co-producing a lengthy multimedia piece similar to NPR’s “Tiny Desk Concerts,” which was released on Oct. 3. It featured The Corbin Marsh Band, a local acoustic outfit that was greatly accommodating and helpful.
We recorded another session at the end of the month — this time with a two-man band that toted a full drum kit. I’m excited for the video to drop in mid-November. Here’s a sneak peek:
Here’s an example of The GWR, a half-hour sports talk radio show:
Here’s a sampling of the editorials we’ve written:
I’ve also had the opportunity to cover some music.
I was able to email back and forth with Kacey Musgraves, who was nominated for six CMA Awards. Here’s my recap of the show.
And, as always, we’ve drawn some funny cartoons.