About Kathleen L'Ecluse
L'ECLUSE, KATHLEEN is the online/projects editor at the Daily Republic, a 20,000-circulation daily in Fairfield, CA. The Daily Republic is one of the few independent, family-owned newspapers in the northern Bay Area, which can be challenging and fun. She is responsible for the Daily Republic website including uploading copy, photos and graphics; designing new pages and creating new multimedia options for users and advertisers. She also supervises and conducts in-depth projects periodically through the year. She created this job at the paper six months ago after more than ten years as city editor. She started her career as a police beat reporter, then covered county government, transportation and the environment for several years before moving to the city desk. She grew up in Southern California, obtained her undergraduate degree in international development at the University of California, Davis, worked overseas for two years and then earned a graduate degree in journalism from Northwestern University. She enjoys traveling and, as of April, will have hit five of the seven continents. She also likes writing, selling books online, movies and going to auctions.
- Was accepted for Jan 06-11 2008 Multimedia Training.
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Content on this site written by Kathleen L'Ecluse (includes contributory writing):
- Rip. Mix. Burn.
- Trying to capture the vibrancy of remixed music, Rip.Mix.Burn asks artists and the public to take existing digital art and make something new – and exhilarating.