Jennie Mazur Jones
Jennie Mazur Jones is a reporter for The Click and a communications professional with more than 10 years of experience sharing compelling stories and creating opportunities for organizations and executives to do the same through strategic Public Relations. She launched her career at MTV Networks and went on to work in broadcast, print, and digital media. She has worked with the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, PGA Tour Entertainment, Huntington Learning Center, Junk King, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Nemours Children’s Health Systems, and other top brand founders and executives. Jennie is pursuing her master’s in journalism at NYU and is located in Houston, Texas.
January 11, 2024
UNC’s Daily Tar Heel Shirks Objectivity for Disruptive and Powerful Front Page
The Daily Tar Heel, UNC's weekly student newspaper, took a stand and presented stories from a tragic day when the University was under lockdown after an active shooter entered the premises. The editorials surrounding the incident challenged reporting norms and made a statement about their individual ethics as reporters.
October 23, 2023
The Jonathan Van Ness Effect: Transforming Modern Journalism
Van Ness may not call themself a journalist, arguably many would not. Yet they continue to push the boundaries of modern storytelling, with a keen eye on discerning misinformation and a focus on lending their voice to some of the most controversial and important topics for vulnerable communities today.
May 16, 2023
Crypto Firm SafeMoon and Celebrity Endorsers Sued for Alleged Misrepresentation
The suit claims Gen Z entrepreneur John Karony used the social media profiles of public figures like Jake Paul to generate hype surrounding SafeMoon's cryptocurrency.
May 4, 2023
Unbridled and Uncorked: Rodeo, Music, and Wine Draw 2.4 Million Guests to Houston
If the music, wine, and cute kids clinging to sheep as the sound of unbridled joy at the highest of decibels does not draw you in, well then, there may be no hope for you.
March 4, 2023
TikTok Feeds Teen Collaboration and ‘Whole Health’ Initiative
Teens "see the nexus between mental health, social determinants, adverse childhood experiences, and pressures created by social media and world events that lead to self-medication or misuse of substances."