Bryant Rozier


On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by Bryant Rozier, Managing Editor of Fort Wayne Ink Spot. Our conversation focused on journalism. What influences create your voice, on the air and on the page? What separates a professional from an amateur even as technology gets better? How does telling a story with photography help to develop a storyteller’s style? That’s all on this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session.


Every year, WBOI brings an NPR voice to northeast Indiana as part of our NPR Speaker Series. Retired Host of All Things Considered Robert Siegel visited Fort Wayne this past month.

Rebecca Green

On this episode of WBOI Presents: In Session, we are joined by our own Rebecca Green from the desk right next to mine. Our conversation focused on the topic of journalism. What constants have remained even as media has changed so much in recent years? What should anyone looking to become a journalist know going into the field? How important is local news for today's news consumers? A regular conversation with Rebecca, but this time we recorded it. Thank you for listening.

This week on WBOI Presents we offer a look back on the news and coverage from the month of August. We'll expand on some stories you heard here, and we'll offer a few stories that will be new to you.

First up, we take a look at the News-Sentinel, which is down to one remaining reporter/columnist in an online-only venture that's a shadow of the Pulitzer Prize winner's former self.

Peter Dominowski

David Greene is the host of Morning Edition, author of Midnight in Siberia and a journalist who has reported internationally and across the United States.

He visited the WBOI studios in September and WBOI’s Lisa Ryan had a chance to speak with him about the state of journalism, current events and his recent book.