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.
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.
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.
As if serving on the Society of Professional Journalists National Board has not brought me to Indianapolis, home of SPJ, enough, I have another reason to visit the Hoosier State next week– a weeklong learning experience at Indiana’s largest urban … Read More
SPJ National Board is holding its spring meeting at the National Journalism Center in Indianapolis.
Today in my Journalistic Principles class I am planning to revisit one of the most challenging and distasteful experiences I have had as a member of the Society of Professional Journalists National Board. Nearly two months ago, the SPJ National Board voted to retire an award named for Veteran White House Correspondent Helen Thomas.
Most of the delegates and attendees for the Society of Professional Journalists Annual Convention will be arriving today. A few of the leaders are already here as there are leadership meetings beginning within the hour. Here’s a quick preview of … Read More
During the Society of Professional Journalists National Convention, I want to learn more about mobile reporting, meet Mark Briggs (author of JournalismNEXT) and visit Las Vegas media outlets.
Even though the countdown to kick-off to The Alabama Crimson Tide’s 2010 season has been on the front page of The Tuscaloosa News for months, the rest of the world is just now shifting into “countdown mode” as we factor … Read More
NPR’s David Folkenflik reports on challenges journalists face in gaining access to cover the Gulf Oil Spill. Including no journalism groups such as SPJ or any of the groups focused on ensuring journalists access to vital information, the news report raises a question of relevance for professional journalism organizations.