Today’s snow event in Tuscaloosa provided a nice opportunity to grab a few photos that show it can snow in this city of the Alabama Crimson Tide, just not very often.
Snow events in West Alabama are difficult for weather forecasters to really pinpoint and school officials having to decide whether to open their doors are left scratching their heads.
Thousands of journalism professors and those teaching public relations and advertising will be converging on St. Louis this week for the AEJMC Annual Conference. We have at least EIGHT THINGS we expect to see at this year’s conference.
Reading the New York Times’ Brian Stelter’s tweets from Joplin, Missouri helps one really see how this social media outlet can give reporters a very useful outlet for breaking news.
A routine visit to the dry cleaners today took on a new meaning. Penny Profit Cleaners is located on 15th Street, an east-west corridor through Tuscaloosa whose landscape was changed forever April 27th by an EF-4 Tornado.
I know bin Laden’s death is the big news of the day, but what about what’s happening here in Tuscaloosa? Do national media outlets under-inform their audience by putting all their eggs in the “bin Laden basket?”
Alabama churches pull together for worship as state pauses for “Day of Prayer” May 1, 2011.
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.