CNN anchor and author of TRANSPARENT Don Lemon visits the University of Alabama today in Tuscaloosa, a place where he formerly worked for a short time as an weekend anchor. There are several things we’re looking for in Lemon’s visit to West Central Alabama.
Food Blog South 2013 gave me 10 Takeaways to make the work I present here as a blogger better. And, I’m just about ready to offer insights related to food elsewhere on the World Wide Web.
Kenji Lopez-Alt of Serious Eats, offered several good pieces of advice to bloggers at the food blog South 2013 gathering in Homewood, Ala. Saturday.
Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Eugene Patterson passed away just as we are about to mark the 50th anniversary of events that he witnessed and wrote about as a newspaper editor.
An archival video of Eugene Patterson, posted by Tampa Bay Times, provides us a reminder of what a great journalist and great mind we’ve lost with the death of this Pulitzer Prize winner.
This month’s walkout of the editors at University of Georgia’s Red & Black and the disagreement between two leaders of Society of Professional Journalists over how to respond provide a great lesson in the power of blogging and social media.
Even without formal instruction from my multimedia journalism course, Tuscaloosa News’ Wayne Grayson figured out how to make Twitter a critical part of breaking news coverage, which won the news organization a Pulitzer Prize for Breaking News Reporting.
A WVUA YouTube Video showing distraught, emotional University of Alabama students after Charles Edward Jones fell overboard Thursday from The Bama Belle violated the Society of Professional Journalists Ethics code, which requires journalists to minimize harm.
The Tuscaloosa News’ April 6, 2012 photo illustration of Alabama Softball Coach Patrick Murphy in what looks like an LSU Uniform misleads and goes a bit too far in illustrating a “what if” scenario.
The latest figures on newsroom diversity ought to make a case for why the nation’s largest groups of journalists of color should be meeting TOGETHER This summer. There is strength in numbers when ti comes to diversity