NBC Nightly News got it wrong when it showed video of one Alabama tornado in a story focused around one’s man’s experience escaping another tornado.
How long with Tuscaloosa’s Tornado remain a national news story? Even as broadcast network news crews and cable news staffs remain on the ground in Tuscaloosa, one has to wonder how long this will last.
Convey finer points to the international media trying to cover the devastation in the wake of the tornado that came through Tuscaloosa Wednesday.
Today we mark the beginning of the day after a devastating tornado ripped through Tuscaloosa, Ala, the home of the University of Alabama.
Washington Post reporter Bill Achenbach talked about his experience covering the Gulf Oil Spill on Studio SPJ, sponsored by the Alabama Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists
Birmingham News Interactive Director Staci Brown Brooks visited students in the Capstone Association of Black Journalists Wednesday evening.
He’s analyzed every congressional race in the nation since 1984, but until this week National Public Radio’s Ken Rudin had never step foot in the state of Alabama. After a stop in Montgomery where he visited Southern Poverty Law Center … Read More
SPJ National Board is holding its spring meeting at the National Journalism Center in Indianapolis.
Two great examples of broadcast journalism appeared on radio and on April 1st and 2nd.
Former Editor of the Miami Herald’s International Edition gave a presentation on “Journalism in Latin America” Saturday at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Conference in Birmingham, Ala.