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
Time to remember one of the giants in advertising and the field of media management and economics, Mary Alice Shaver, who passed away, this week.
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.
BLACKSBURG, Va.– The first full day of the AEJMC Southeast Colloquium has come to an end and even though I have not been able to cull my photos and edit my video, there is at least time for a moment … Read More
It’s time to celebrate the legacy of Evonne Whitmore, an associate professor of journalism and mass communication at Kent State University, who lost her battle with cancer this morning. The Fulbright Scholar was a broadcast journalist and held several leadership positions in the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication (AEJMC).
Some suggestions are made for the organizers of the AEJMC Annual Conferences in the future.
The last panel of the four Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Community gave attendees some definite takeaways to benefit their teach students to write/produce for online platforms.
Matthew Ragas of DePaul University manages two blogs and managed to complete the top doctoral dissertation in the field of mass communication in 2011. He was recognized last week at the AEJMC Annual Conference in St. Louis.
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.
In just five days, George Daniels will join more than 2,000 attendees at the AEJMC Convention in Denver, Colo. In addition to giving two presentations, participating on a panel discussion on multimedia journalism, Daniels will also travel to Colorado Springs, the home of Focus on the Family.