Jamie has known he wanted to be involved with the news media for as long as he could remember.
Shortly after learning to write, he created a newspaper on an old Tandy computer that he distributed to some neighbors. In sixth grade he formed a newspaper that continues to this day. In high school, he was the editor of his school newspaper his senior year. He served as his campus newspaper editor from the end of his sophomore year through graduation.
Jamie DeLoma is the assistant director of public relations and social media and an adjunct professor of journalism at the university U.S. News and World Report ranked as No. 2 among five regional universities that are “up and coming” and within the top 10 of the best colleges and universities in the Northeast region of the United States. At the university, he coordinates social media initiatives, writes stories and shoots photos for the school’s many platforms and publications.
Connecticut Post, Hearst Connecticut’s flagship newspaper
Jamie began his career at the state’s second largest newspaper. His relationship with the daily publication started his freshman year of high school as an intern and later became a freelancer. He was a founding member of the paper’s CTTeens section, and is currently an advisor to the high school writing and design program. He is also a technology writer, copy editor and A1 page designer.
Southern Connecticut State University
Jamie helped craft and teach a revolutionary media technology course at the university to prepare students for world after their studies as an adjunct professor of journalism. Topics in the class included InDesign, Photoshop, WordPress and FinalCut Pro. He has also guest lectured at the university since 2007.
Jamie created, crafted and published copy for America’s most-watched cable news network in 2009. He managed FOXNews.com and made regular updates to the home page and section fronts of this extremely popular news gateway.
NBC New York
Jamie was the afternoon and evening news editor of NBC’s flagship Web site, NBCNewYork.com for a year beginning in December 2007. There, he crafted multimedia content, coordinate with bloggers and covered major stories.
Jamie wrote news, features and business stories for Southwestern Fairfield County’s largest daily newspaper for a year and a half beginning in July, 2006. He also kept relationships with individuals and organizations along the Gold Coast.