Thursday, November 8, 2012
Mark Dreadfulwater has worked for the Cherokee Phoenix, the country’s oldest Native American newspaper, for seven years. He serves the newspaper as the Multimedia Editor. He is responsible for ensuring quality digital production in the form of written and video stories as well as photography to be uploaded to www.cherokeephoenix.org. He also is a talented graphic designer and is responsible for the layout of the monthly publication. An added plus, he is also a skilled videographer, photographer and reporter. His versatility is a great benefit to the Cherokee Phoenix because the paper’s staff is small, and he is often called upon to fill in as a reporter or take photos at important events. Mark has served the Native American Journalist Association as a mentor since 2008. He enjoys sharing his multi-media knowledge with students and others and is always willing to help prepare the next generation of Native American journalists.
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