Jamie DeLoma is an experienced journalist, social media administrator, public relations specialist and computer nerd. He joined the Connecticut Post in August, 1998 and has been involved in every facet of editorial content — including news, sports, features, opinion and business. He also serves as the pagination advisor of the Post’s CTTeens section, and was a founding member of the monthly section written, edited and designed by area high school students. He is the vice president and web editor of the Connecticut Professional Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. He is also the assistant director of public relations and social media at Quinnipiac University, where he also teaches media writing; he has also taught media technology at Southern Connecticut State University, and is a regular contributor to the Radio Television Digital News Association.
Jamie is also a copy editor and A1 page designer for Hearst Connecticut newspapers where he works with content from the Connecticut Post, Danbury News-Times, Stamford Advocate and Greenwich Time. He is an avid tweeter, Facebook user and general news junkie. You can read his Hearst Connecticut technology blog here. He is also a graduate student in Quinnipiac University’s interactive communications program. He plans to start a second masters within the year.
Previously, Jamie served as a news editor at NBCNewYork.com where he covered the historic 2008 papal visit to America, organized and secured bloggers, coordinated Web coverage of the 2008 presidential election and managed site content on a day-to-day basis.
He later served as a news editor and producer at FOXNews.com where he filed national stories and managed the news leader’s homepage and primary sections.
He looks forward to an open and continuous dialogue.