In the effort to help students prepare for a magazine world where publications are shifts from paper to pixels, three professors shared some teaching tips based on their own research that might change the way we teach social media in our journalism classes.
Today in Tuscaloosa history was made as the place of the infamous “Stand in the Schoolhouse Door” involving the late Governor George Wallace was officially dedicated as the University of Alabama’s new Malone-Hood Plaza. The plaza, which includes the Autherine … Read More
During the Society of Professional Journalists National Convention, I want to learn more about mobile reporting, meet Mark Briggs (author of JournalismNEXT) and visit Las Vegas media outlets.
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.
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
In fairly predictable fashion, news organizations are providing “milestone” updates on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. In the news business, we commit entire teams of reporters, photojournalists, videographers to look back and look forward on anniversaries. But, with such … Read More
It’s the first day of school at the University of Alabama and like clockwork, we’re talking about textbook prices, again! This has become a bit of a cliche for the “back-to-school” edition of the campus paper. But, I understand if … Read More