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Paola Banchero

Paola Banchero
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Paola Banchero is a journalist with a lifelong interest in news. She worked as a reporter and editor at the Kansas City Star, the Kansas City Business Journal, the Wichita Eagle, the Arizona Daily Star, the Anchorage Daily News and in strategic communications for a large agribusiness. Professor Banchero has taught a wide range of courses, from Corporate Communications to Documentary Filmmakers and Filmmaking to Magazines to Media Literacy. She is the past chair of the department. She serves on a university-wide curriculum committee and has been active in the Alaska Press Club. She is a faculty adviser to The Northern Light and a member of the UAA Media Board. She has served on the Alaska Public Media Community Advisory Board for a number of years. Research Interests are Indigenous media , Religion and media, Media literacy and Climate change communication.

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