As a weather data management company, Weather Underground (WU) had never before created original content in-house. After being hired, Madeline established a news editorial department for WU, a subsidiary of The Weather Company, which was soon bought out by IBM. She developed the overall editorial voice and tone, including style guidelines, content substance, an editorial calendar and overall flow and method of publication. Visit Weather Underground’s website.
Finding a four month gap in life plans, Madeline knew she wouldn’t do well sitting on a couch in Los Angeles, so she bought a one way ticket out of the country and decided to travel around, discovering what stories there were, particularly in reference to adolescent girls in Togo and Uganda. Visit her Adolescents in Africa blog.
During her four years on the editorial board for the International Relations Review, two and half of which she was editor-in-chief, she raised circulation from 300 to 1,000 copies per issue. She expanded each issue from 12 pages to over 50 and developed a website for the publication, which included a weekly blog on international relations. Visit the International Relations Review website.
Metro Eireann is Ireland’s first and only weekly multicultural newspaper set up by two Nigerian journalists, Chinedu Onyejelem and Abel Ugba in April 2000, and has become the primary source of news and information on Ireland’s fast-growing immigrant and ethnic communities. Apart from supplying up-to-date news and analysis, Metro Eireann has become a forum for intercultural communication, showcasing the rich cultural diversity of Ireland. Visit the Metro Eireann website.
Founded in 1900, Bostonia magazine is published three times a year in print and is updated daily online. Visit the Bostonia website.
A morning headline news show, The Wire uses a small team of up to five to find, produce and deliver minute-long segments on sports, campus, national and international news to the students of Boston University on their local television station, BUTV10. Visit The Wire’s website.
Breaking news, politics, sports and features as reported by students of Boston University’s College of Communication. Visit the BU News Service website.
Founded in 1919 as a community newspaper serving the Santa Clarita Valley in northern Los Angeles County, The Signal is a thriving multimedia corporation offering some 280,000 residents a daily local newspaper, monthly and periodic topical magazines and the go-to website for local news and information. Visit The Signal‘s website.