PASO ROBLES — Joining the droves of proverbial muckrakers and wave makers, Paso Robles High School’s own Crimson Magazine will be heading to Boston for the National High School Journalism Convention. The Journalism Education Association and the National Scholastic Press Association are hosting the National High School Journalism Convention in Boston, where publications producing print, radio and video content for their schools will compete and be ranked. Paso Robles High School will be presenting the Crimson News Magazine at the national level, leaving Nov. 14 and coming home Nov. 17 with the hope of ranking high and coming away with some awards.
The JEA and NSPA have made this a thematic event saying, “The revolution starts here.” At the convention they will be tested, taught and critiqued by some of the world’s leading journalistic practitioners. The keynote speakers this year will be heavy hitters, Juliette N. Kayyen, of the Boston Globe and Harvard’s esteemed faculty and Raney Aronson-Rath, deputy executive producer for PBS’ “Frontline.” This is just a taste of what the Paso High students working on the Crimson will be experiencing.For the complete article see the 11-05-2013 issue.
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