Soule takes on new role at USA Today

Douglas Soule

The USA Today Network – Florida has tapped Douglas Soule to serve as its First Amendment reporter. Recently, he held the post of state government accountability reporter.

An excerpt from the announcement reads:

β€œOn the First Amendment beat, Soule will work to highlight and explain local issues related to the First Amendment, examining their impact on Floridians and their daily lives, countering disinformation with facts, and producing compelling journalism on what can sometimes seem like abstract concepts.”

Previously, Soule was a Report for America corps member at Mountain State Spotlight, where he first held the post of state government reporter and then moved to the business and economic beat.

He was also a Politico Journalism Institute participant and interned at the Charleston Gazette-Mail.

Soule has a B.S. in journalism from West Virginia University, where he was editor in chief of the student newspaper.

Be sure to congratulate Soule on Twitter.

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