• Kate Musselwhite Tobey is a video producer/editor for PostTV at The Washington Post. She has a Master's degree in broadcast and multimedia journalism and, before The Post, worked for the Investigative Reporting Workshop and CBS Evening News in Washington. She lives in Alexandria, Va.

    She also has more than 10 years professional experience doing communication, writing and content production in the private and public sector.

    For more information about Kate, visit her LinkedIn profile, posttv.com, or shoot her an email at kcmusselwhite@gmail.com.

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A second look: The new Journalism Ecosystem

By Charles Lewis, Kate Musselwhite and Brittney Butts The recent momentum of the new nonprofit journalism phenomenon is continuing despite the difficult U.S. economy, according to an analysis by the Investigative Reporting Workshop’s iLab. A year after publishing our initial new journalism ecosystem story, searchable database and national map, we have revisited each of the … Continue reading

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“Gimme a Beer”

Something’s brewing in the District. Beer made right here in D.C. is once again flowing through the city’s taps for the first time in more than half a century. And people in town are raising their glasses to new, local brews. Beer production in the States is now at its highest levels since before prohibition, … Continue reading

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‘Dropping out’ of the middle class

Thousands of people took to the National Mall last October in the name of jobs, justice and education at the “One Nation Working Together” rally in Washington, D.C. The event brought together union members, activists and students from around the country, all asking Washington to focus on the needs of working-class Americans before the November … Continue reading

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Battle underway for Virginia Senate hopefuls

By Kate Musselwhite – District Talk – Apr. 12, 2011 With the 2012 presidential campaign underway, President Obama is looking to re-take the key battleground states that helped vote him into office in 2008. Kate Musselwhite reports live in the District Wire News studio on how this raises the stakes for a Senate race in … Continue reading

Executive Director Academy Promotional Video

The Executive Director Academy is a leadership development program for the executive directors of nonprofit organizations in Guilford County, N.C. This promotional video was filmed, edited and produced by Kate Musselwhite, with support from Discovery Learning, Inc.

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Metro banking on bike-to-rail riders for future

Metro’s long-range planning office is trying to entice more people to bike or walk to their stations. Their new plan says, otherwise, they’ll have to add expensive parking spaces – possibly up to 40,000 of them. Kristin Haldeman, with WMATA Office of Long-Range Planning, heads up the project to improve security, access and storage for … Continue reading

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Boxing club shows kids the ropes inside and outside of the ring

By Kate Musselwhite The headbangers boxing club is part of the D.C. Parks and Recreation Amateur Boxing Program, and nearly 50 under-served neighborhood kids come to practice there after school each week. Check out my report on how these young boxers are learning the ropes … both inside and outside the ring. Reported, photographed and … Continue reading

Blocks away, a world apart: Latino immigrants shape and meet the needs of unique Alexandria community

Introducing: Arlandria Situated in Alexandria, right past the Alexandria/Arlington line, and a zip code away from some of the most affluent neighborhoods in the city, is the area commonly called “Arlandria.” While it can be pinpointed on a Google map and some may recognize the strip of stores and restaurants on Mount Vernon Avenue, which … Continue reading

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A marriage of media giants: Is HuffPo enough to save its newly beloved?

Many say AOL is hoping that aligning with the most linked-to blog, according to Technorati.com, will boost its dwindling online ad sales. But AOL’s less than successful track record with media mergers has some critics cautiously optimistic about success. Andrew Pergam, Editorial Director at J-Lab, The Institute for Interactive Journalism, says he sees why AOL … Continue reading

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Oopsies: Odd political sex slip-ups

From American Observer’s special Sex and Politics edition, check out these bizarre political bedroom blunders… (By Kate Musselwhite and Ashley Bright)

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