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August 2016 update

Looks like The Fedora Report needs some upgrading. I’ve found some – gasp! – dead links. I’ll fix them up and spruce up the site a bit in the next days. Advertisements

Radio reporting: Mark Warner vs. Ed Gillespie for US Senate

I produced this radio story for a class I took in the fall at the University of Maryland Graduate Journalism School. It came out a week before the November 4, 2014 election, when Democrat Mark Warner was forecast to crush his Republican rival in the Virginia senate race. In the end the race was a … Continue reading

Update (2)

Since December I’ve spent most of my sabbatical catching up on long-delayed work at home, caring for the kids on snow days (that sure was a bleak winter!), and working on a book on the early days of the U.S. Civil War. Yep, I’m becoming one of those insufferable CW geeks (which is my Instagram … Continue reading


Yes, Fedora Report is overdue for an update. For the past year I’ve been working mostly as a translator and editor at Agence France-Presse so I have few original stories to show. However I started a sabbatical in September to upgrade my skills, so you can expect changes here in the next months. Stay tuned.

AFP Live Report!

An AFP Live Report is a real-time posting of a breaking news event. It works best if you read them from the bottom up. We normally handle events in our region — in my case, since I’m based in Washington D.C., the Americas — but on a major breaking stories AFP bureaus will share Live Report … Continue reading