THE ATLANTA JOURNAL-CONSTITUTION, ATLANTA, GEORGIA
The AJC is one of the largest newspapers in the South covering Atlanta and Metro Atlanta news, as well as regional and national news. Reann provides photo and video content for the paper ranging from news, sports, features, and life around Atlanta.
THE MACON TELEGRAPH, MACON, GEORGIA
The Macon Telegraph is the local paper in Macon, Georgia that works to provide news and information to the people of Middle Georgia. Reann partnered with the paper to tell the story of the Georgia National Fair in Perry, Georgia during the 2017 opening weekend.
THE RED & BLACK, ATHENS, GEORGIA
The Red & Black is an independent, not-for-profit weekly newspaper that covers University of Georgia and Athens, Georgia news. As part of The Red & Black, Reann creates content for the photo and multimedia teams ranging in coverage from campus and city news, sports, culture, and features. Despite being a weekly paper, most content is created for the website as well, which is updated continuously. More work can be found here.
WUGA-FM, ATHENS, GEORGIA
WUGA-FM is an NPR-affiliated public radio station providing local Athens news along with national news. Reann's internship served as the introduction of video to the station with a mix of local stories to regional news.
GRADY MOBILE NEWS LAB, ATHENS, GEORGIA
As part of the Cox Institute for Journalism Innovation, Management and Leadership, Grady Mobile News Lab is centered on creating digital stories on a platform that transfers seamlessly to mobile. It helped train students on the latest mobile news gathering and storytelling techniques. Reann's group chose to use the Adobe Spark Page platform as part of this initiative as it was easy enough to work with on mobile and online, and it provided the group an aesthetically pleasing visual to tell this story. The group's focus was on discrimination issues in Athens, Georgia and the proposed Anti-Discrimination ordinance that has been pushed off for more than a year until it was put to a vote in November 2016 where the ordinance was finally passed.
Mokah Johnson, leader of the Athens Anti-Discrimination Movement, waits to giver her speech before the march from the University of Georgia's Arch to City Hall on October, 4, 2016 in Athens, Georgia. (Photo/Reann E. Huber)