In a world of limitless possibilities, I’m trapped in an industry of limits. An industry where, suddenly, the freedom of the press isn’t feeling so free. Journalists today are constrained by tightening budgets, fewer jobs, less space and less time.
So looking at the landscape, and realizing the problems, I’m jumping in head first.
I’m a brand new professional journalist, cutting my teeth at my first “real” journalism job at the Pensacola News Journal, a Gannett paper on the panhandle of Florida.
This space is about what doesn’t make it on the page.