A Life in Daily Journalism – Naedine Hazell
In this episode of Paid by the Word, my guest is Naedine Hazell. Naedine is a consummate journalist with three decades of experience working at daily newspapers. For more than 20 years, she served in a variety of newsroom management roles at the Hartford Courant, the nation’s oldest continuously published newspaper. She served as city editor, special projects editor, page one editor, assistant managing editor, and editor in chief. She also spent four years as a travel writer for the Courant.
Naedine was a Pulitzer Prize judge four times, and at the end of this episode, she talks about her experiences judging Pulitzer Prize submissions. It’s a great story … and I am delighted to have Naedine as a guest on this podcast.