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VITA
WILLIAM HOWARD HICKMAN
Professor
Department of Mass Communication
University of Central Oklahoma
Edmond, OK 73034-5209
Phone: (405) 974-5984
E-mail: [email protected]
• Education:
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Juris Doctor, Oklahoma City University School of Law, May 1985 Am Jur Award:
Bankruptcy
Master of Liberal Arts, Texas Christian University, August 1976
Bachelor of Arts, Oklahoma Baptist University, May 1971 Major: Journalism
• Professional Organizations:
Member, FOI Oklahoma (board of directors)
Member, Society of Professional Journalists, Oklahoma Pro Chapter (board of directors)
Member, American Copy Editors Society
Member, Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communications
Member, Public Relations Society of America
Member, Oklahoma Bar Association (admitted to practice in State of Oklahoma, 1985)
• Teaching:
COURSES TAUGHT:
Media Writing
Media Law
Victims and the Media
News Reporting
Editing
Principles of Public Relations
Public Information Methods
Introduction to Mass Communication
Internet News Sources (computer-assisted reporting)
Web Communications (website design and production)
• Scholarly & Creative Activities:
@CopyEditorProf (Hickman, W.H.) (2017, February 1) “Copy Editing and Libel Law”
[Twitter chat]. Retrieved from
https://twitter.com/search?f=tweets&vertical=default&q=%23ACESchat&src=typd
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Hickman, W.H. (2016, September). Reviewer, Item Validation Curriculum Conference for
State Public School Journalism Educators. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. & DeLaFuente, C. (2016, April). “Libel for Editors: Latest Developments in
the Age of Social Media.” American Copy Editors Society National Conference, Portland,
Oregon
Hickman, W.H. (2016, March). Reviewer, Item Validation Curriculum Conference for State
Public School Journalism Educators. Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. & DeLaFuente, C. (2015, April). “Libel Doesn’t Go Away on Social Media.”
American Copy Editors Society National Conference, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Berendzen, G.L., Hickman, W.H. & McLendon, L. (2015, April). “Academic Teaching in the
Digital Age” panel chair. American Copy Editors Society National Conference, Pittsburgh,
Pennsylvania
Cameron, A., Clark, T., Groover, T., Hanebutt, M. & Hickman, W. (2014, October).
“Ethically Covering Brutality to Journalists” panel. UCO Media Ethics Conference 2014,
Edmond, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. & DeLaFuente, C. (2014, April). “Why Libel and Copyright Matter When
You're Liking, Linking and Tweeting.” American Copy Editors Society National Conference,
Las Vegas, Nevada
Bechtel, A., Hickman, W.H. & McLendon, L. (2014, April). “Getting into Academic
Teaching” panel chair. American Copy Editors Society National Conference, Las Vegas,
Nevada
Hanebutt, M. (2013). Media Law: A Guide to Understanding Mass Communication Law. D.
Pryor D., Hickman W., Magill J. (Eds.). Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt.
Hickman, W.H. (2013). “Writing the News for the Web.” Book chapter in Hanebutt, M. “The
Journalist’s Primer,” Book (2013 ed., pp. 129-135). (Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt)
Hickman, W.H. (2013). “Writing the Depth/Investigative Story.” Book chapter in Hanebutt,
M. “The Journalist’s Primer,” Book (2013 ed., pp. 167-174). (Dubuque, Iowa: Kendall Hunt)
Hickman, W.H. (2013, October). “Social Media: The Tale of the Right Click.” College Media
Association/Associated Collegiate Press National Convention, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hickman, W.H. & Woelfel, S. (2013, April). “Social media and plagiarism: What’s fair use
and what’s theft?” American Copy Editors Society National Conference, St. Louis, Missouri
Hickman, W.H. (2012, April). “Academic and Research Editing” panel. American Copy
Editors Society National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana
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Hickman, W.H. (2012, March). “Desire2Learn features and improvements from WebCT.”
Department of Mass Communication faculty
Hickman, W.H. (2012, February). “What is Journalism?” Edmond Kiwanis Club
Hickman, W.H. (2012, May-August). Member, Learning Management System task force
campuswide research, educational delivery evaluation and selection process, University of
Central Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. & DeLaFuente, C. (2012, April). “Libel Lurks Everywhere.” American Copy
Editors Society National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hickman, W.H. (2012, April). “Academic and Research Editing” panel. American Copy
Editors Society National Conference, New Orleans, Louisiana
Hickman, W.H. (2012, March). “Desire2Learn features and improvements from WebCT.”
Department of Mass Communication faculty
Hickman, W.H. (2012, February). “What is Journalism?” Edmond Kiwanis Club
Hickman, W.H. & DeLaFuente, C. (2010, March). “Libel & Crime Stories.” American Copy
Editors Society National Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Hickman, W.H. (2010, March). “News Reporting Courses: Different Approaches” panel.
American Copy Editors Society National Conference, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Hickman, W.H. (2009, July). Researched and drafted grant application for submission to the
International Educational Research Foundation as a UCO participant to the State Regents
Grant Writing Workshop.
Hickman, W.H. (2009, May 29). “A New Model for News (Part 2 of UCO conference session
on ‘Building a News System’).” American Copy Editors Society National Conference,
Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Hickman, W.H. (2009, May 28). “Editing Crime Stories.” American Copy Editors Society
National Conference, Minneapolis, Minnesota.
Hickman, W.H. (2009, April 2). Panel Member, “Building a News System that Serves the
Global Community” The Press in Crisis: Reinventing America’s News Business Regional
Conference, University of Central Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2008, October 25). “Editing Crime Stories.” American Copy Editors Society
Regional Conference, Wichita State University, Wichita, Kansas
Hickman, W.H. (2008) “Update on Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media Issues and
Libel Law." Presentation to newly hired assistant city editors and central copy desk editors,
The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
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Hickman, W.H. (2008, September 3). “Candidates should copy British custom of ‘Shadow
Cabinet.’” The Oklahoman, p. 7-A & NewsOK.com.
Hickman, W.H. (2008, May 7). “McCain faces ‘Truman Moment’” The Oklahoman, p. 9-A
& NewsOK.com.
Hickman, W.H. (2008, January-August). Participant, UCO Center for Professional and
Distance Education WebCT Course Development Workshop for Media Law online course,
believed to be the first wholly online media law course offered by a UCO peer and Big 12
academic institution. Involved online survey course research at Big 12 and UCO peer
institutions into existing hybrid media law courses.
Hickman, W.H. (2008, March) “Victims in the Media: Can We Show the Buildings Falling
Down Again?” Presented at the “Building Trust: Media Ethics for the 21st Century”
conference, University of Central Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2007, October). Refereed series of articles for the Southwest Symposium,
Southwest Education Council for Journalism & Mass Communication.
Hickman, W.H. (2007) "Update on Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media Issues and
Libel Law." Presentation to newly hired assistant city editors and central copy desk editors,
The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W. H. (2006, March). Refereed series of articles for the Southwestern Mass
Communication Journal, Southwest Education Council for Journalism & Mass
Communication
Hickman, W.H. (2006) “Update on Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media Issues and
Libel Law.” Presentation to newly hired assistant city editors and central copy desk editors,
The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2006) Contributor, “Accuracy Checklists,” for Newsroom Editors and
Reporters, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2006) Panel, "Our War With Military Terms" workshop, Newsroom Editors
& Reporters, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2006) "All About Crime Stories: 2006,” revision of original authorship of
newsroom guidelines, regarding identification of suspects in crime stories, use of "alleged"
and "allegedly," the arrest, the charges, and bail and bond, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2006, November) Panel, “Working with the Media: Ethical Tips for
Attorneys," FOI First Amendment Congress, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2004) “Update on Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media Issues and
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Libel Law.” Presentation to newly hired assistant city editors and central copy desk editors,
The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2004) Contributor, "The Oklahoman Ethics Policy," for Newsroom Editors
& Reporters, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2004, April) Panel, "Proposed Convergence Curriculum," American Press
Institute Journalism Educators Conference, Reston, Virginia
Hickman, W.H. (2004, November) "Understanding the Difference Between Percent &
Percentage," for Newsroom Editors & Reporters, The Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2003, September) "Punishing government criticism," Point of View article,
The Oklahoman, September 2003, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Hickman, W.H. (2003) “Update on Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media Issues and
Libel Law.” Presentation to newly hired assistant city editors and central copy desk editors,
The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (September, 2003) "Punishing government criticism," Point of View article,
The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2002, September 20). “The 1-40 Bridge collapse, the Pennsylvania Mine
Disaster and Media Access.” Presentation to Victims and the Media Workshop, cosponsored by the UCO Journalism Department and the Oklahoma Press Association,
Ardmore, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2002, August 23). “The 1-40 Bridge Collapse, the Pennsylvania Mine
Disaster and Media Access.” Presentation to Victims and the Media Workshop, cosponsored by the UCO Journalism Department and the Oklahoma Press Association,
Woodward, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2002, July). Best of Month Award, Best Headline [”Checkout time may
loom for money-losing lodges”]. The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2001, May 16). “Government Prosecutors and Media Coverage.”
Presentation to “Corruption Within Security Forces: A Threat to National Security”
international conference. The George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies,
Garmisch, Germany.
Hickman, W .H. (2001, May 16). Participant, international panel discussion on media
coverage of crime and global terrorism. “Corruption Within Security Forces: A Threat to
National Security” international conference. The George C. Marshall European Center for
Security Studies, Garmisch, Germany.
Hickman, W.H. (2001, April 10). “Update on Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media
Issues and Libel Law.” Presentation to assistant city editors and central copy desk editors,
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The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, November 15). “Untangling Florida? Look to Libel Law” The Daily
Oklahoman, p. 7-A & The Online Oklahoman.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, August 25). “Victims and Media Law on Privacy.” Presentation to
Victims and the Media Workshop, co-sponsored by the UCO Journalism Department and
the Oklahoma Press Association, Lawton, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, August 4). “Update on Police Arrest Stories and Libel Law.”
Presentation to newly hired assistant city editors and central copy desk editors, The Daily
Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, July 14). “Victims and Media Law on Privacy.” Presentation to
Victims and the Media Workshop, co-sponsored by the UCO Journalism Department and
the Oklahoma Press Association, McAlester, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, June 9). “Victims and Media Law on Privacy.” Presentation to
Victims and the Media Workshop, co-sponsored by the UCO Journalism Department and
the Oklahoma Press Association, Enid, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, May 12). “Victims and Media Law on Privacy.” Presentation to
Victims and the Media Workshop, co-sponsored by the UCO Journalism Department and
the Oklahoma Press Association, Tahlequah, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, March 23). “Media Pools.” Presentation to NATO Public
Information Officer Conference, Eastern European nations, Allied Forces Southern Europe,
Naples, Italy.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, March 22). “Introduction to Public Information: The Four- Step
Process.” Presentation to NATO Public Information Officer Conference, Eastern European
nations, Allied Forces Southern Europe, Naples, Italy.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, March 21). “Introduction to Military Public Information.”
Presentation to NATO Public Information Officer Conference, Eastern European nations,
Allied Forces Southern Europe, Naples, Italy.
Hickman, W.H. (2000, February). Third Place, Headlines, Society of Professional Journalists,
Division A State Newspaper Contest.
Hickman, W.H. (1999). Second Place, Headlines, Associated Press/Oklahoma News
Executives Contest.
Hickman, W.H. (1999, August ). “Police Arrest Stories, Victims and the Media Issues and
Libel Law.” Presentation to central copy desk editors, The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma
City, Oklahoma.
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Hickman, W. H. (1998, December). “Military-Media Issues Seven Years After Desert
Storm.” Presented to fall 1998 workshop, National Science Foundation, Washington. D.C.
Hickman, W. H. (1997). Refereed series of articles for the Southwestern Mass
Communication Journal.
Hickman, W.H. (1997, September). “Overview of Libel and Privacy Law.” Presentation to
central copy desk editors, The Daily Oklahoman, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (Fall 1997). “Media Coverage of the Oklahoma City Bombing.” Journal of
Central Asian Media Studies. (Kazak State University Al-Farabi, Almaty, Republic of
Kazakhstan).
Hickman, W.H. (1997, September). Best Other Category (Business News page layout),
Central Desk, The Daily Oklahoman, Best of the Month Contest.
Hickman, W.H. (1997, June). “A Well-Lived Life.” [Book review of Cronkite, W., “A
Reporter’s Life”]. American Reporter [online news service and book reviews]. E-mail: [email protected]
Hickman, W.H. (1997, March). “Mourning the End of Independent Newspapers.” (Book
review of McCord, R., “The Chain Gang: One Newspaper versus the Gannett Empire”].
American Reporter [online news service and book reviews]. E-mail: [email protected]
Hickman, W.H. (1997, March 25). “Government’s new ‘zoning’ law will be struck
down by the ‘Supremes.’ The Daily 0’Collegian, p. 4.
Hickman, W.H. (1997, March 9). “Media’s New Responsibility.” The Daily
Oklahoman, p. 10.
Hickman, W.H. (1997, February 27). “Can Paula Jones Case Proceed?” The Duily
Oklirhoman, p. 4.
Hickman, W.H. (1997, February). “A Master Journalist Looks at World War II.” [Book
review of Brinkley, D., “Washington Goes to War”]. American Reporter [online news
service and book reviews]. E-mail: [email protected]
Hickman, W.H. (1997, January). Presentation on “Effect of On-Line Services on the Press.
Public Infonnation.” Navy Reserve Public Affairs Leadership Meeting, New Orleans.
Louisiana
Hickman, W. & Hodgson, J. (1997, January/February).”The Struggle to Broadcast in
Kazakhstan.” The Quill, p. 7.
Hickman, W.H. (1997) “Going to War: How the military and the media planned and assessed
coverage of the Gulf war.” Southwest Mass Communication Journal, 13(1), 80.
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Hickman, W.H. (1996, November 8). “Going to War: An Overview of Military- Media
Strategies During Operation Desert Storm.” 1996 Southwest Symposium, Southwest
Education Council for Journalism and Mass Communication, Northeast Louisiana
University, Monroe, Louisiana
Hickman, W.H. (1996, November). Book review by contract with Brown & Benchmark
Publishers, “Editing for Clear Communication” by Thom Lieb.
Hickman, W.H. (1996, 10 October) “Copyright and Public Domain in Cyberspace.” FOI
Oklahoma state conference, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma.
Hickman, W.H. (1996, 27 July) “Surfing the Internet: An Attorney’s Guide to Supplemental
Legal Research on the World Wide Web.” Oklahoma Bar Journal 67(30), 2411
Hickman, W.H. (1986, Summer) “The NCAA and Televised College Football: Does
Efficiency Score Points?” Oklahoma City University Law Review, 11(2), 323.
• Service:
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2016
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2016
Member, Faculty Technology Advisory Committee, 2016
Member, Faculty Senate, 2016
Member, College of Liberal Arts Promotion Committee, 2016
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2015
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2015
Member, Faculty Technology Advisory Committee, 2015
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2014
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2014
Member, Faculty Technology Advisory Committee, 2014
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2013
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2013
Member, University Learning Management System task force, May-August 2012
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2012
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2012
Member, College of Liberal Arts Tenure Committee, 2011
Member, Department of Mass Communication Tenure Committee, 2011
Member, Department of Mass Communication Promotion Committee, 2011
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2011
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2011
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2011
Online Judge, Virginia Newspaper Publishers Association Contest, 2010
Judge, Suburban Newspapers of America Editorial Contest, 2010
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2010
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2010
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2010
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Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2010
Member, College of Liberal Arts Promotion Committee, 2009
Member, Department of Mass Communication Tenure Committee, 2009
Chair, Department of Mass Communication Promotion Committee, 2009
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2009
Member, Selection Committee, Edith Kinney Gaylord Professor of Journalism Ethics,
Department of Mass Communication, 2009
Member, Search Committee, Vista Adviser, Department of Mass Communication, July 2009
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2009
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2009
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2009
Member, Search Committee, Broadcast Instructor, Department of Mass Communication,
May-July 2008
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2008
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2008
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2008
Member, Search Committee, Photography Instructor, Department of Mass Communication,
May-July 2007
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2007
Member, Search Committee, Broadcast Instructor, Department of Mass Communication,
May-July 2007
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2007
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2007
Senator, Faculty Senate, 2005-2006
Member, Adjunct Affairs Committee, Faculty Senate, 2005-2006
Member, Faculty Welfare Committee, Faculty Senate, 2005-2006
Member, College of Liberal Arts Promotion Committee, 2005-2006
Member, College of Liberal Arts Technology Committee, 2005-2006
Member, College of Liberal Arts Tenure & Promotion Task Force, 2005-2006
Moderator, Journalism Roundtable, Department of Mass Communication Employment
Seminar, March 2006
Member, Search Committee, Broadcast Instructor, Department of Mass Communication,
May-July 2006
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2006
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2006
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2006
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2006
Drafted Proposed Tenure and Promotion Policy, Department of Mass Communication,
October 2005-August 2006
Member, College of Liberal Arts Tenure & Promotion Task Force, 2005-2006
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2005
Moderator, Journalism Roundtable, Dept. of Mass Communication Employment Seminar,
March 2005
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2005
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2005
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2005
Senator, Faculty Senate, 2004-2005
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Member, Adjunct Affairs Committee, Faculty Senate, 2004-2005
Member, Faculty Welfare Committee, Faculty Senate, 2004-2005
Moderator, Journalism Roundtable, Department of Mass Communication Employment
Seminar, March 2004
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2004
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2004
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Fall Commencement, 2004
Usher, College of Liberal Arts Spring Commencement, 2004
Member, Liberal Arts Promotion Committee, 2003-2004
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2003
Moderator, Journalism Roundtable, Department of Mass Communication Employment
Seminar, March 2003
Moderator, College of Liberal Arts Symposium, 2003
Website Coordinator, Department of Mass Communication, 2002
• Professional Experience
August 1997 - Present
Professor, University of Central Oklahoma, Department of Mass Communication/Department
of Journalism, Edmond, Oklahoma 73034. Responsibilities include teaching baccalaureatelevel journalism and public relations students in basic and advanced news reporting, basic and
advanced public relations, Web communications, Internet news sources and law and ethics of
the press.
January 1993 — August 2008
Copy Editor (part time), The Oklahoman & NewsOK.com, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 73125.
Responsibilities included editing general news and business news stories, and writing
headlines one weeknight and Sunday nights on the Central Copy Desk. Was on the copy desk
during the Murrah bombing, April 1995, the Bridgeport/Midwest City/Del City F5 tornado,
May 1999, and the World Trade Center attack, 2001.
January 1992 — August 1997
Assistant Professor, Oklahoma State University, School of Journalism and Broadcasting,
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74034. Responsibilities include teaching baccalaureate-level classes in
mass Communication law and news editing. I fought for implementation of a new course in
computer-assisted journalism, first offered in spring 1996.
April 1989 — January 1992
Supervisor, Corporate Communications Division, Mutual of Omaha Companies, Omaha,
Nebraska. I led a team of writers and producers to develop print and electronic materials for
the public and sales force. We researched potential audiences, developed communication
themes, designed and delivered print and electronic content, and researched effectiveness of
messages.
October 1985 — April 1989
Attorney at law, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. General practice of law, including bankruptcies,
estate planning and probates.
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May 1985 — October 1985
Legan Intern, Stack & Barnes law firm; assistant to U.S. Bankruptcy Trustee.
August 1981 — May 1985
Assistant News Editor (part time), Journal Record Publishing Company, Oklahoma City,
Oklahoma.
August 1974 — August 1981
A.H. Belo Corporation, Dallas, Texas.
• Business News Copy Chief, The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, 1980-81. Monitored
wire copy, edited business news stories, developed page layouts and makeup. Coordinated
daily business news coverage with reporters.
• Copy Editor, Wire Editor, The Dallas Morning News, Dallas, Texas, 1977-1981. Monitored
wire copy, edited general news stories, wrote headlines. Assisted initial stages of computer
systems installation and operation into the newsroom in a transition from paper to electronic
news production in the 1970s.
• News and Sports Writer, Photographer, Arlington Daily News, Arlington, Texas, 1974-77.
August 1974 — October 1974
Sports Editor, Temple Daily Telegram, Temple, Texas.
October 1971 — August 1974
Copy Editor, Sports Writer, Tulsa World, Tulsa, Oklahoma.
January 1968 — October 1971
Sports Writer, News Writer, Shawnee News-Star, Shawnee, Oklahoma.
• Military:
Veteran, Operation Desert Storm; Saudi Arabia, Kuwait and Bahrain; January 1991 - -June
1991. Captain (0-6), U.S Navy Reserve, retired.
Facilitator, officer leadership training team, in Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Louisiana, New
Mexico, U.S. Navy Reserve, 1999-2007.
Military duty performed in the following countries: Bahrain, Benin, Bulgaria, Cape Verde,
Congo, Gabon, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Italy, Japan, Kuwait, Liberia, Romania, Sao
Tome, Saudi Arabia, Senegal, Sierra Leone, South Korea (including demilitarized zone),
United Kingdom, Zaire.
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