Sie sind auf Seite 1von 1

TAYLOR C. SHAW (919) 914-4520 @TaylorCShaw


Investigative Reporting Workshop Video Editor

Washington, D.C.

Edited a series of interviews about the making of “Years of Living Dangerously,” a Showtime original series on climate change. Managed the Workshop’s Twitter, Facebook and Wikipedia accounts.

The Triangle Tribune Reporter/Editor

Durham, N.C.

Oct. 2013-April 2014

Sept. 2012-June 2013


American University

Master of Arts in Journalism and Public Affairs, 2014

Peace College (William Peace University)

Bachelor of Arts in Communication, 2012

University of Granada (Spain)

Covered general assignment stories for North Carolina’s only Sunday newspaper that specifically targets
Covered general assignment stories for North Carolina’s only
Sunday newspaper that specifically targets African-Americans.
Reported enterprise stories for web and print. Incorporated
video and social media in news coverage of “Moral Monday”
protests at the N.C. legislature.
Spanish Language and Culture, Spring 2011
Democratic National Convention Committee Booker
Charlotte, N.C.
Sept. 2012
Booked members of congress for television and radio spots in
battleground states during the convention.
Society of Professional Journalists Reporters Institute
St. Petersburg, Fla.
June 2012
Selected as one of 32 young professionals to learn mobile
newsgathering, videography and other multimedia reporting
techniques at the Poynter Institute.
WNCN-TV Production Assistant
Raleigh, N.C.
Jan. 2012-May 2012
Assisted in production of daily lifestyle show “My Carolina
Today.” Conducted research, booked guests and uploaded
program segments to the web.
Programming languages
(HTML & CMS); Video Editing
Software (Final Cut Pro 7 & FCPX);
Panasonic AG-HMC40 camera operation;
Mobile newsgathering; Other Production
Software (Adobe Photoshop, Garageband,
Audacity & Soundslides); Social Media
(Twitter, Facebook, Instagram & Storify);
Blogging & Wordpress CMS; News
Software (iNews & AP ENPS).
News 14 Carolina Assignment Desk Intern
Raleigh, N.C.
May 2011-Aug. 2011
Accompanied reporters and videographers in the field;
shadowed producers during nightly newscasts.

The Peace Times Editor-in-Chief Raleigh, N.C.

Managed a staff of 25 student journalists for online publication at William Peace University. Developed story ideas, edited articles and uploaded stories to the web using Wordpress CMS. Previous positions include copy editor and staff writer.

Jan. 2009-May 2012


National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) Online News Association Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ)