30 min

Mariel Padilla, General Assignment Reporter: The 19th The Journalism Salute

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On this episode we’re joined by Mariel Padilla. Mariel is a general assignment reporter for The 19th.
 The 19th is an independent non-profit newsroom reporting on gender, politics, and policy. It’s name invokes the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote.
She’s been with them for 2 years after working for a year as a reporting fellow for the NY Times. And she was a part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage both at The Times and while interning at the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Mariel talked about the stories she’s worked on for each of those organizations.
At the Enquirer that involved collecting data for a major story on the opioid crisis. At the Times, she worked on breaking news (including obituaries) and unusual features. And at The 19th, she’s worked on a wide range of coverage including the January 6 Hearings, the military, Afghan refugees, and abortion legislation.
Mariel also explained what makes coverage at The 19th distinct. Be sure to listen for her wonderful quote about how she views being a journalist.
 
Mariel’s salute: MIT Technology Review
 
Stories
Covering Cassidy Hutchinson testimony
Liz Cheney’s comments during hearing
Story on Afghan refugees
How the women of congress remember Jan. 6

 Thank you as always for listening. Please send us feedback at journalismsalute@gmail.com, visit our website at thejournalismsalute.org and Mark's website (MarkSimonmedia.com) or tweet us at @journalismpod.

On this episode we’re joined by Mariel Padilla. Mariel is a general assignment reporter for The 19th.
 The 19th is an independent non-profit newsroom reporting on gender, politics, and policy. It’s name invokes the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote.
She’s been with them for 2 years after working for a year as a reporting fellow for the NY Times. And she was a part of a Pulitzer Prize-winning coverage both at The Times and while interning at the Cincinnati Enquirer.
Mariel talked about the stories she’s worked on for each of those organizations.
At the Enquirer that involved collecting data for a major story on the opioid crisis. At the Times, she worked on breaking news (including obituaries) and unusual features. And at The 19th, she’s worked on a wide range of coverage including the January 6 Hearings, the military, Afghan refugees, and abortion legislation.
Mariel also explained what makes coverage at The 19th distinct. Be sure to listen for her wonderful quote about how she views being a journalist.
 
Mariel’s salute: MIT Technology Review
 
Stories
Covering Cassidy Hutchinson testimony
Liz Cheney’s comments during hearing
Story on Afghan refugees
How the women of congress remember Jan. 6

 Thank you as always for listening. Please send us feedback at journalismsalute@gmail.com, visit our website at thejournalismsalute.org and Mark's website (MarkSimonmedia.com) or tweet us at @journalismpod.

30 min