I just realized tonight when I went to place an update on the Society of Professional Journalists’ Diversity Blog, for which I write occasionally, that I had not provided an update here in 10 days. In the world of journalism … Read More
Five University of Alabama students at the Society of Professional Journalists Southeastern regional conference this weekend in Gainesville, Fla. represent two generations of collegiate journalists, most of whom have worked at The Crimson White.
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.
Paul Isom made his case to attendees at the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium at Virginia Tech Friday. Now it’s up to AEJMC and SPJ to take another look at the free expression issues in this matter.
Paul Isom, will address the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium on Friday, March 9, 2012
Nine Ph.D. students in the University of Alabama’s College of Communication and Information Sciences presented 14 papers this weekend at the 2012 AEJMC Midwinter Conference hosted by the University of Oklahoma’s Gaylord College of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Journalism graduate students are blogging with more frequency, intensity and passion after more explicit suggestions about how to use this interactive medium to the fullest.
I just wanted to reiterate some great points that NPR’s Mike Pesca made this week about how journalists negotiate the issue of Jeremy Lin’s racial and ethnic background.
The Washington Examiner’s Alan Blinder told attendees at the Alabama Press Association and Alabama Scholastic Press Association Joint Convention To Maintain Journalists’ Last Golden Goose– Our Credibility”
Ellen East, executive vice president at Time Warner Cable, recounted her days as editor of The Crimson White in the even as she answered the question “Is This the Golden Age of Public Relations.” East returned to her alma mater Feb. 9 to give the John Koten Distinguished Lecture.