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Life Itself IX: Media and related articles from the analog past to today’s digital era


Life Itself IX: 
Media and related articles from the analog past to today’s digital era
 
 
KM3 reporter Maya Saenz living her dream
Maria Teresa Kumar and Voto Latino dig down on civic engagement
John Knicely: A life in television five decades strong
Kevin Simonson on Interviewing Hunter S. Thompson and Kurt Vonnegut
Ann Schatz on her own terms – Veteran sportscaster broke the mold in Omaha
KETV president-general manager Ariel Roblin leads effort to make historic Burlington Station the ABC affiliate’s new home 

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Ariel Roblin

 
Summer Miller’s book depicts area whole foods culture in stories, recipes, pics
Lew Hunter’s small town Nebraska boy made good in Hollywood story is a doozy
Playwright turned history detective Max Sparber turns identity search inward
Faith, Friends and Facebook: 
The Journey of Camille Metoyer Moten
From the heart: Tunette Powell tells it like it is
Identity gets new platform through RavelUnravel
Making community and conversation where you find it: Stuart Chittenden’s quest for connection now an exhibit
How wayfarer Stuart Chittenden’s Nebraska odyssey explored community through conversation
Creative couple: Bob and Connie Spittler and their shared creative life 60 years in the making

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Master of many mediums Jason Fischer
To code or not to code: New Omaha school offers bootcamp for aspiring web designers
Ex-Gonzo journalist-turned-filmmaker James Marshall Crotty resolved to celebrate debate in new films “Crotty’s Kids” and “Master Debaters”
News of Omaha Star publisher’s illness spurs admiration for her stewardship and interest in historic paper’s future
Omaha World-Herald columnist Mike Kelly: A storyteller for all seasons
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Veteran Omaha TV meteorologist Jim Flowers weathers the storm
MindMixer: Rethinking the town hall meeting 
The Omaha Star celebrates 75 years of black woman legacy
Ex-reporter Eileen Wirth pens book on Nebraska women in journalism and their leap from society page to front page
Bob Hoig’s unintended entree into journalism leads to career six decades strong 
Finding her voice: Tunette Powell comes out of the dark and into the spotlight
El Puente: Attempting to bridge divide between grassroots community and the system
 
Documentary shines light on civil rights powerbroker Whitney Young: Producer Bonnie Boswell to discuss film and Young
The Great Migration comes home: Deep South exiles living in Omaha participated in the movement author Isabel Wilkerson writes about in her book, “The Warmth of Other Suns”
Part IV of four-part Q & A with Pulitzer-winner Isabel Wilkerson on her book, “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration”
Part III of four-part Q & A with Pulitzer-winner Isabel Wilkerson on her book, “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration”
Part II of four-part Q & A with Pulitzer-winner Isabel Wilkerson on her book, “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration”
Part I of four-part Q & A with Pulitzer-winner Isabel Wilkerson on her book, “The Warmth of Other Suns: The Epic Story of America’s Great Migration”
Wounded Knee still battleground for some per new book by journalist-author Stew Magnuson

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He knows it when he sees it: Journalist-social critic Robert Jensen finds patriarchy and white supremacy in porn
Ron Hull reviews his remarkable life in public television in new memoir
Dick Cavett’s desk jockey déjà vu
Gray Matters: Ben and Freddie Gray fight the good fight helping young men and women find pathways to success
A brief history of Omaha’s civil rights struggle distilled in black and white by photographer Rudy Smith
 
The man behind the voice of Husker football at Memorial Stadium
Warren Francke – A passion for journalism, teaching and life
Dena Krupinsky makes Hollywood dreams reality as Turner Classic Movies producer
Documentary considers Omaha’s changing face since World War II
The wonderful world of entertainment talent broker Manya Nogg
Entertainment attorney Ira Epstein: Counsel to the stars 
Photojournalist Nobuko Oyabu’s own journey of recovery sheds light on survivors of rape and sexual abuse through her Project STAND
 
Intrepid photojournalist Don Doll reinvents himself by adding video to repertoire of making images that matter
Linda Lovgren’s sterling career earns her Greater Omaha Chamber of Commerce Business Hall of Fame induction
From reporter to teacher: Carol Kloss McClellan enjoys new challenge as inner city public high school instructor
Steve Gordon, the man behind RDQLUS Creative embodies creative class life and career
Omaha’s KVNO 90.7 FM turns 40: Commercial-free public radio station serves the community all classical music and local news
To Doha and back with love: Local journalists reflect on their fear, loathing and everything surreal adventure in the Gulf
Nancy Kirk: Arts maven, author, communicator, entrepreneur, interfaith champion
Retired Omaha World-Herald military affairs newsman Howard Silber: War veteran, reporter, raconteur, bon vi vant, globetrotter
Jeff Slobotski and Silicon Prairie News create nNiche by charting innovation
From wars to Olympics, world-class photojournalist Kenneth Jarecke shoots it all, and now his discerning eye is trained on Husker football
 
Dream catcher Lew Hunter: Screenwriting guru of the Great Plains
Sun reflection: Revisiting the Omaha Sun’s Pulitzer Prize-winning expose of Boys Town
Open Minds: “Portals” explores human longing in the digital age
Omaha native Steve Marantz looks back at city’s ’68 racial divide through prism of hoops in new book, “The Rhythm Boys of Omaha Central”
Magazine and mission founded on spirit of giving: Metro Magazine publisher Andy Hoig celebrates philanthropy
SkyVu Entertainment pushes “Battle Bears” brand to sky’s-the-limit vision of mobile games, TV, film, toys …
Beware the Singularity, singing the retribution blues: New works by Rick Dooling
Old partnership takes new turn: UNO-Kabul University renew ties with journalism program 
North Omaha champion Frank Brown fights the good fight

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Warren Buffett, left, and Stan Lipsey at the Omaha Sun in the 1970s.

Being Dick Cavett
Homecoming always sweet for Dick Cavett, the entertainment legend whose dreams of show biz Success were fired in Nebraska
Bill Maher Gets Real
Exposed:
Gail Levin and Steve Brodner prick the body politic
Imagemaking celebrated at Joslyn Art Museum: “The Misfits” and Magnum Cinema
Forever Marilyn: Gail Levin’s new film frames the “Monroe doctrine”
Hidden In plain view: Rudy Smith’s camera and memory fix on critical time in struggle for equality
Radio DJ-actor-singer Dave Wingert, in the spotlight 
 
Theater-Fashion Maven Elaine Jabenis
Marguerita Washington: 
The woman behind the Star that never sets
Ron Hull’s magical mystery journey through life, history and public television
Author, humorist, folklorist Roger Welsch tells the stories of the American soul and soil
Buffett’s newspaper man, Stanford Lipsey
John and Pegge Hlavacek’s globe-trotting adventures as foreign correspondents
 
 
 
Howard Rosenberg’s much-traveled news career
A good man’s job in radio is never done: Nebraska broadcasting legend Gary Sadlemyer
What’s in a brand? For Rebel Interactive, everything
Extremities: As seen on TLC’s “Hoarding: Buried Alive” – Mary Thompson takes her life back one piece at a time
Three old wise men of journalism – Hlavacek, Michaels and Desfor – recall their foreign correspondent careers and reflect on the world today
Culturalist Kurt Andersen wryly observes the American scene as author, essayist, radio talk show host
Radio One queen Cathy Hughes rules by keeping it real: Native Omahan created Urban Radio format
Alice’s wonderland: 
Former InStyle accessories editor Alice Kim brings NYC style sense to Omaha’s Trocadero
Radio Day: “Michael Feldman’s Whad’Ya Know?”Live from Omaha
 

Doug Wesselmann, aka Otis Twelve

 
Otis Twelve’s Radio Days
Preston Love: His voice will not be stilled
Slaying dragons: Author Richard Dooling’s sharp satire cuts deep and quick
Man on fire: Activist Ben Gray’s flame burns bright
Former Omaha television photojournalist Don Chapman’s adventures in imagemaking keep him on the move
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