From decades of traditional print newspaper jobs to the changing world of digital journalism, veteran reporter Lloyd Dunkelberger is retiring from the news business he loved. His last day is today.
Dunkelberger leaves his last journalism job as a reporter at the Florida Phoenix, a nonprofit, grant-funded digital media outlet based in Tallahassee, covering state government, finances and politics.
Dunkelberger had said months ago that he would cover his last Florida legislative session this year — his 37th regular legislative session in Florida. In March, he was honored by the Florida Senate, with Senate President Bill Galvano, state senators and members of the Capitol Press Corps clapping in the Senate chamber.
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