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Keaton Eberly

Multimedia Reporter and Producer

Location icon United States

We are currently living in a digital age where it is absolutely imperative for journalists to have an enriched understanding of multimedia production and market consumption. Passionate about content creation and media production, I have developed a diverse awareness in various digital mediums, which range from radio, television, online, photo, infographic design, podcasts, social media and mobile content. In addition to my experience using these various platforms, I have continued to strengthen my writing, broadcasting, analytical and public speaking skills, particularly in the sports industry. I am also proficient in Adobe Premiere, Adobe Audition, Wordpress, Squarespace, and Frequency, as well as A/V equipment. In a business world that’s continuously changing, it is time for myself to change with it through hard work and dedication. My objective is to continue my professional journalism career with excellence and integrity, specifically as a reporter, producer, broadcaster and writer in sports and entertainment media.

The Daily Tar Heel
COLUMN: Amateurism needs to go

Right now, I only know one truth: It is time for amateurism — the overlying rule that has governed college athletics from the beginning — to come to an end.

Carolina Connection
The FBI's college basketball investigation is over. Now, it's the NCAA's turn.

College basketball season is in full swing, but the fallout from the FBI investigation still lingers. A sports agent and two others associated with Adidas were convicted on all counts of wire fraud. Now, the FBI has given the NCAA permission to conduct its own internal investigation.

man of the hour
My Life On The Autism Spectrum

"My name is Keaton and I am four-years-old. I always feel uncomfortable in new situations. I am distressed by sensory changes in my world. I do not enjoy playing with people I don't know, but my brother and sisters allow me to feel safe.

Asperger's Syndrome surrounded by misconceptions

Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart. Abraham Lincoln. Albert Einstein. What do all of these influential historical figures have in common? They have all been speculated to have symptoms associated with Asperger's Syndrome, a form of high-functioning autism. April is autism awareness month, and a lot of people have many misconceptions over this learning disability.

The Daily Tar Heel
UNC women's fencer Sydney Persing is a quick learner, as a fencer and journalist

"I feel like that does instill a sense of confidence in you when you're younger," Persing said. "I always really appreciated that." Each argument, each deposition, each family court case pushed her to who she is today - a tenacious fencer, a confident journalist, a self-described go getter.

Carolina Connection
More states are legalizing medical marijuana, but NC is not among them

This fall, Missouri and Utah became the latest states to legalize medical marijuana, making them the 32nd and 33rd states to do so. North Carolina still isn't one of them. But with recent studies showing a possible correlation between legal medical marijuana and decreased opioid use, some want the state legislature to reconsider.

The Daily Tar Heel
My Unpopular Sports Opinion: Lamar Jackson should win the Heisman... Again.

The 2017 Heisman Trophy winner will be announced this Saturday night, and that winner will be chosen from three finalists: Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield, Stanford running back Bryce Love, and Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson, the reigning recipient of the most esteemed trophy in college football.

The Daily Tar Heel
Column: 'Logan' Oscar nomination breaks superhero genre norms

When looking at the grand scheme of things, the superhero genre is a relatively new one in global cinema. While many genre films like the gangster flick, the war film and the western have been around since before the invention of "talking pictures" in the 1920s, the superhero film did not emerge until the release of "Superman" in 1978.

The Daily Tar Heel
A behind the scenes look into 'Logan'

"I love Hugh Jackman as Wolverine, so I'll really miss that," said sophomore Tyler Ventura said. "I really liked Patrick Stewart at Professor X as always, so I hope he continues being in movies, especially more X-Men movies, if possible."

The Daily Tar Heel
No. 20 UNC holds off Notre Dame, 69-68, on the road

The No. 20 North Carolina men's basketball team must be feeling pretty lucky right now. After playing a close, back-and-forth affair with a scrappy Notre Dame team for the whole game, the Tar Heels found themselves with the ball, trailing 68-67 to the undermanned Fighting Irish.

The Daily Tar Heel
Law professor Richard McLaren talks Russian doping, future of Olympic Games

"This deception and manipulation is not exclusively in Russia," said Canadian law professor Richard McLaren. "It's a problem we all have throughout the world. Corruption is in our society at all levels, so we'll also find it in sports. "Sport is, after all, just a microcosm of society at large."

The Daily Tar Heel
COLUMN: It's about time gambling in sports became legalized in the United States

While the word "gambling" has often carried negative connotations in the minds of athletic administrators and coaches, sports and gambling have never been mutually exclusive. Despite the fact that sports betting was banned in 1992 through the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act, the American Gaming Association has estimated that U.S.

CBS Sports Radio
Sports Gambling Will Not Affect NFL Officiating

The U.S. Supreme Court legalized sports betting in May, and its decision has sent a ripple effect throughout the sports world. With lawmakers across the nation debating on the potential regulations surrounding their newfound state right, critics have voiced plausible concerns about how sports betting will affect the "integrity" of active sports participants, including players, coaches, and officials.

CBS Sports Radio
La Canfora: "Political Football" Will Continue

Breaking News Last week, President Donald Trump disinvited the Philadelphia Eagles from visiting the White House, causing reaction from people throughout the NFL. Trump, many believe, canceled the visit for a variety of reasons, namely the anthem protests and the lack of players who were planning to attend the ceremony (reportedly less than 10).

CBS Sports Radio
Samson: MLB Needs To Heavily Advertise Younger Players

We are in the middle of MLB All-Star Week, and baseball has temporality captivated the attention of the entire sports world. Despite that the MLB season seems to be gradually moving ahead like any other season, the game appears to be changing with the times, so some experts believe it's time for the league to change along with it.

CBS Sports Radio
Kanter: Super Teams Might Be Ruining The NBA

So much news, so little time. Over the last week, the NBA has been swirling with headline stories, particularly those associated with free agency. From LeBron James making his long-awaited decision to join the Los Angeles Lakers to DeMarcus Cousins signing with the defending champion Golden State Warriors, it's safe to say that a lot has happened.

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