Stories

The following are multimedia stories reported by the iPadJournos for WRTV.com, the website of CBS 6 in  Richmond. All stories were reported with the use of iPads or smart phones.

Fall 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017:

iPadJournos reporters Katherine Johnson and Whitney Torres interview former Gov. Douglas Wilder.

iPadJournos reporters Katherine Johnson and Whitney Torres interview former Gov. Douglas Wilder (Fall 2013).

See stories from the 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016 and 2017 Fall Semesters on the iPadJournos page on the website of WTVR.com.

 

 

 

 

 

Spring 2013:

iPadJournos reporter Caitlin Puffenberger reporting on campus with her iPad (Spring 2013).

iPadJournos reporter Caitlin Puffenberger reporting on campus with her iPad (Spring 2013).

 

“Food co-op hopes to bring life to food deserts” (By Sam Isaacs and Shelby Mertens)

“Finding real love on Facebook” (Evelynn Escobar-Thomas and Toria Vaughan)

“Some students question decision to bring fast food chains to VCU” (By Toria Vaughan and Evelynn Escobar-Thomas)

“VCU Medical Center thrives on iPad technology” (By Shelby Mertens and Sam Isaacs)

“Multi-million dollar gift to name VCU School of Media and Culture” (By Jessica Dahlberg and Caitlin Puffenberger)

“VCU students facing another tuition increase” (By Jessica Dahlberg and Caitlin Puffenberger)

“STDs on the rise among cats” (By Lesli White and Scott Wyant)

“Green bazaar a hit for Earth Day at VCU” (By Lesli White and Scott Wyant)

“Hall of Famers seize tech changes for better journalism” (By Lesli White and Scott Wyant)

“People’s Library recycles its own books” (By Jessica Dahlberg and Caitlin Puffenberger)

“Nonprofit trains service dogs for veterans” (By Jessica Dahlberg)

“RVA Street Foodies back with mobile munchies” (By Dana Carlson and Emily Satchell)

“GHOST designer kicks off month of RVA fashion” (By Dana Carlson and Emily Satchell)

“Eating disorders go viral via #thinspiration and #anorexia” (By Dana Carlson, Caitlin Puffenberger and Emily Satchell)

“Assault weapon debate sends gun owners into buying frenzy” (By Shelby Mertens and Sam Isaacs)

“Late night Rams victory, creates HAVOC for some VCU students” (By Evelynn Escobar-Thomas and Toria Vaughan)

“Bring on the Madness, VCU students say” (By Scott Wyant and Lesli White)

 

Spring 2012:

iPadJournos Carliss Hardy and Amber Shiflett using their iPads to cover an event with President Barack Obama at VCU’s Siegel Center on May 5, 2012.

 

“Audience reaction to President Obama’s VCU rally” (By Carliss Hardy and Amber Shiflett)

“Shaka Smart: “I support President Obama” (Videos by Carliss Hardy and Amber Shiflett)

“Students anticipate President Obama’s arrival at VCU” (Videos by Carliss Hardy and Amber Shiflett)

“Reality check for college students: Diploma in sight, loans on their mind” (By Annie Cocke and Katelyn Tatti)

“Study finds dogs at work lower stress, boost morale” (By Audra Shreve and Allison Landry)

“Student organization rallies for drug legalization” (By Ireti Adesanya)

“Fighting cancer, one relay round at a time” (By Alix Hines and Tina Irizarry)

“Daytime crimes put VCU students on alert” (By Zachary Holden and Nicolas Nightingale)

“VCU students chase alleged thief, leads to arrest” (Video by Nicolas Nightingale and Zachary Holden)

“Porn as revenge, complete with Facebook links, unnerves many” (By Alix Hines and Tina Irizarry)

“Honoring Virginia’s greatest communicators, 14 inducted into Virginia Communications Hall of Fame” (By Amber Shiflett and Carliss Hardy)

“VCU students cut ties to non-profit following Kony 2012 fallout” (By Ireti Adesanya and Stephen Ackley)

“VCU student selected to co-chair President Obama’s re-election campaign” (By Audra Shreve and Allison Landry)

“How Facebook, Twitter can make or break your job hunt” (By Carliss Hardy and Amber Shiflett)

“Tumblr founder builds expansion on Richmond’s diverse tech talents” (By Samra Khawaja and Manhatten Royal)

“Tumblr grows rapidly, moves to larger Richmond office” (By Annie Cocke and Katelyn Tatti)

“Bikers ready to conquer Belle Isle” (By Annie Cocke and Katelyn Tatti)

“VCU students anxious over Smart’s future with the Rams” (By Nicolas Nightingale and Zachary Holden)

“Downtown garden to grow fresh produce for soup kitchens” (By Alix Hines and Tina Irizarry)

“About to hatch, Richmond bald eagle chicks face many threats” (By Manhatten Royal and Samra Khawaja)

“VCU students excited about another Rams NCAA run” (By Samra Khawaja and Manhatten Royal)

“Are they ‘polling’ Richmond’s leg? What recent polls really mean for the city” (By Zachary Holden and Nicolas Nightingale)

“VCU police hand out safety devices to students” (By Allison Landry and Audra Shreve)

 

The following stories were reported for other news organizations:

“Ahead of campaign kick-off, VCU students say Obama needs to ‘wake up Virginians’” (By Samra Khawaja for the Washington Post)

“VCU students help police catch suspected thief” (Video by Nicolas Nightingale and Zachary Holden for NBC 12)

 

iPadJourno Nicholas Nightingale covering an arrest on the VCU campus with his iPad (Spring 2012).

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