About Paul Garber
GARBER, PAUL is a multimedia reporter at the Winston-Salem Journal, an 80,000-circulation daily serving Northwest North Carolina. His responsibilities include posting overnight news on the paper's website beginning at 5 a.m., covering breaking news with digital tools including audio and video, and assisting other reporters with multimedia for their stories. Garber is a native of Winston-Salem and went to undergraduate school at Wake Forest University. He also holds a master of liberal arts degree from Johns Hopkins University and a master of arts in journalism and Mass Communication from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he studied under computer-assisted reporting pioneer Philip Meyer. His newspaper career has focused on computer-assisted reporting. He has been at his hometown newspaper since 2002. He loves music and is an alumni advisor to Wake Forest's student-run radio station, of which he was a charter DJ.
- Was accepted for Apr 15-18 2008 Technology Training for Reporters.
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