10 Takeaways from Three Days of Hands-On Video Training at Poynter Institute

    St. Petersburg, Fla.– I Can’t Believe that Tomorrow (Wednesday) is the final day of our “Hands-On Video Training” here at the nation’s leading news and media training spot, The Poynter Institute for Media Studies. Fortunately, I get to … Read More

UA Journalism Professor Chris Roberts Tells Why You Can Leave Alabama and Come Home Again

With a subject “Mama Called,”  University of Alabama Journalism Professor Chris Roberts certainly did not disappoint as he took a walk down memory lane and delivered a superb “Last Lecture” to a crowd of several hundred gathered Wednesday night in … Read More

High Expectations For Second AEJMC Trip to California’s Bay Area

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The countdown is on for the annual meeting of the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC), which begins this week in San Francisco. For those of us who teach journalism at the college level, THIS is the … Read More

What 80,000 People, A Small Alabama Town and A National Story Can Teach Your Students

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SELMA, Ala– On multiple levels, the 50th Anniversary of “Bloody Sunday” presented a gold mine of opportunities for those of us who teach journalism and mass communication. Hats off to my faculty colleagues at the University of Alabama and elsewhere … Read More

I’m Beginning June at Journalism Leadership Camp in the Bayou

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It’s a new week and new month and I’m starting it all in “The Bayou State.” Later this afternoon, I’ll be joining 16 other journalism and mass communication administrators, professors and communication professionals in Baton Rouge for the 2014 Scripps … Read More

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