The fact that Elon University’s School of Communications showcases its core principles and values on an iPad is just one indication of how this journalism and mass communication program has positioned itself for the future.
ELON, N.C.– It’s my third trip to North Carolina in 2010. But, I have to believe this one will be my best. Instead of the mountains of Western North Carolina where I visited Asheville in June or the … Read More
Two days from now, U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder will visit the University of Alabama, thanks to the efforts to an enthusiastic top-notch sophomore, David Wilson.
The first Gubernatorial Debate last Thursday at the University of Alabama left me with more questions than answers about who I’ll vote for November 2.
President Obama attending church for the first time publicly should be of interest to all Americans, and not necessarily for the reasons some would think.
NPR National Correspondent Debbie Elliott visits broadcast news class hours before moderating the first Alabama gubernatorial on the campus of University of Alabama.
Victor Hernandez, director of domestic newsgathering for CNN, gave some suggestions to early and mid-career journalists attending the Society of Professional Journalists Green Eyeshade Awards at Kennesaw State University. The self-proclaimed ‘backpack executive’ says journalists have to move past conventional storytelling thinking about the next way consumers will get their news and develop “passion projects” that may not be the biggest breaking news story of the day.
MARIETTA, Ga.– There’s a story to be told about the stories being told by some of the newest additions to the staff at the oldest of the three major cable news channels, CNN. While there was no shortage of naysayers … Read More
Even though the countdown to kick-off to The Alabama Crimson Tide’s 2010 season has been on the front page of The Tuscaloosa News for months, the rest of the world is just now shifting into “countdown mode” as we factor … Read More