MA, University of Colorado, Boulder (2005)
BS, Syracuse University (2002)
Andrew Matranga is a versatile media educator and media professional with nearly two decades of media experience. He is continually capitalizes on emerging trends with well-crafted, interactive lesson plans. He brings to every project a unique editorial perspective, with a foundation in cartographic design, print and digital publishing, and video production. He has a wealth of practical knowledge when it comes to user experience, content production, change management, and social media—crucial elements that can be applied to any modern-day journalism effort.
His current project on campus involves The Clarion (duclarion.com), DU's student-produced news outlet, and the shift to a digital-first model for editorial production and content distribution.
At the cusp of the 21st century, the exchange of digital music on the Internet brings forth interesting discussions. Reviewing data gathered from in-depth interviews with concert tapers and tape-traders, this thesis explores both the historical roots of concert taping and trading, and the present condition of digital music trading on the Internet. This study asks questions about the technological and the legal advances regarding music trading, and speculates whether or not those advances might signal the death knell of the amateur taping community, a vibrant subculture that long existed outside, but not opposed to, the music industry. Tapers, who envision themselves as cultural archivists and taste arbiters for the live music community, comment on the nature of the music collector in the digital age, and in doing so, add to the discussion of technology in an ever-shifting world of media and cultural studies.
2005. 91 leaves. Theses: CU Boulder Journalism and Mass Communication
Journalism Interactive 2014 Teach A Thon Presentation: Google Plus In/As the Classroom (Andrew at 1:17:00)
Backpacker magazine: Select Editorial and Design
FALL GEAR GUIDE 2011: EDITORS’ PICKS WITH ANDREW MATRANGA
DECEMBER 2007: TOP 4 DIGITAL CAMCORDERS
GRAND CANYON ADVENTURE GUIDE (2012 NATIONAL PARKS SERIES: PART 6 OF 6)
MOUNTAIN MAP: WHITE MOUNTAINS, NH
COLORADO TRAIL: TOP PEAKS
OUR BACKYARD: EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK
OUR BACKYARD: GLEN NATIONAL RECREATION AREA
DESTINATIONS CHANNEL: CONTINENTAL DIVIDE TRAIL: MEXICO BORDER TO HACHITA, NEW MEXICO – Distance: 48.8 miles
DAILY DIRT BLOG: MIDWEST WINTER REPORT: THUNDERSNOW!
Local Hikes Sept. 2010 Part 1
Local Hikes Sept. 2010 Part 2
Newswriting and Reporting
Online and Visual Journalism
Strategic Communication Seminar
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