“There are signs that marijuana coverage, like the cannabis scene itself, is evolving. If cannabis continues to be a news draw, it could lead to ever-more skillful and in-depth journalism on the subject. It’s a promising sign that journalism professors such as Matranga are teaching classes on marijuana journalism.” -Joel Warner, International Business Times. Marijuana Has Become A Media Darling, But Are Journalists Too Soft On Pot
- BizWest Jan 4, 2018: Cannabis industry awaits impact of Sessions’ pot policy By Jensen Werley
- The Washington Post, The finer points of pot from Denver’s cannabis critic, May 2015
- The Cannabist Show, March 2016
- International Business Times quoted in article Marijuana Has Become A Media Darling, But Are Journalists Too Soft On Pot
- Denver Post Cannabist Show: He teaches cannabis journalism; She owns an edibles biz
- The Extract, Chicago Sun Times Higher education: Soon you can study marijuana journalism at the University of Denver
- TheCannabist.co article: Cannabis Journalism: It’s a class you can now take at University of Denver
- CNN Espanol live interview
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- Featured on CBS4 Denver in New App Tracks Neighborhood Crime story as a technology expert.
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Journalism Interactive 2016 – University of Florida, Gainesville.
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