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Walk to teach in Kiplinger Program
Randy Walk, associate director of multimedia development in the Communications and Marketing department, is one of nine guest lecturers for the Kiplinger Fellowship Program in Public Affairs Reporting at The Ohio State University. He will be teaching video journalism.
Before coming to ONU in 2010, he was an online producer for The Columbus Dispatch. For 14 years, he was a video editor on live sports broadcasts for various clients including: FOX, ABC and ESPN. His work has been recognized by: the Associated Press, the Ohio News Photographers Association, The Society of Professional Journalists, NPPA and The Press Club of Cleveland. He has a bachelor’s degree in radio-TV from Kent State University and a master’s in information science from Kent State.
The Kiplinger Foundation awards short-term fellowships designed to help writers make better use of new media. Winners will go to Ohio State and learn how to use social media to build a following, develop sources and update skills. Since its founding, the Kiplinger Program has trained more than 250 journalists in how to tell powerful and important public affairs stories. Program alumni include prize-winning journalists who work online and at newspapers, broadcast stations, and throughout the nation.