Paul Grabowicz, Digital Journalism Pioneer, Dies at 66

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Paul Grabowicz, a former Oakland (Calif.) Tribune reporter who became a digital journalism pioneer at the University of California, Berkeley, has died.


Grabowicz died Thursday at the age of 66, the UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism said in an obituary on its website. He was suffering from cancer.


Grabowicz, or “Grabs” as he was referred to by students, arrived at the school in 1995 and founded its New Media Program, which teaches students to combine video, audio and other media to create stories online.

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