The US government arrested Honduran Yanki Rosenthal when he landed in Miami October 6 on charges of money laundering. The next day indictments were handed down for other members of his family. Continue reading
Twitter today unveiled the item that has been known for months simply as Project Lightning.
Moments was introduced on desktop, Android and iPhone versions in the US. Continue reading
One of the many pleasures of attending the annual Excellence in Journalism conference is meeting up with Region 4 members. This year, the pleasure was doubled as Region 4 and 5 members met together to begin planning a joint Region 4-5 spring conference. Continue reading
The Ohio State Bar Association, with the support of the Columbus chapter of SPJ, will once again host its popular Law and Media Conference. The event is Oct. Continue reading
I hardly ever click through on ‘clickbait’ – but that’s just me.
Maybe it’s because I know the tactic well, having studied the art of a compelling, click-driven tweet in my journalism classes at Ohio University. Continue reading
Answer: Most college newsrooms.
Here’s how some silly censors accidentally raised a serious issue…
Wesleyan University is a private liberal arts school in central Connecticut, located about halfway between Hartford and New Haven. Continue reading
A report emerged today that Twitter is to expand its 140 character limit, by way of a new product. Continue reading
One trend that has been present as of late in the US is the rise of women studying journalism. Continue reading
SPJ’s long weekend in tropical Orlando – EIJ15 – came to a close on Sept. 21 with the meeting of the new officers and board of directors. Continue reading
Joel Simon from the Committee to Protect Journalists has a featured piece in Columbia Journalism Review on how the United Nations should — but really can’t — do something about press freedom. Continue reading
Sept. 28 is kind of a big day for the concept of democracy.
Yes, Congress submitted the U.S. Constitution on this day in 1787 to states for ratification. Continue reading
Guest blogger: Elle Toussi
Nearly one in three working Americans is an independent worker. Wow! That statistic from the Freelancers Union website can make you stop in your tracks and take a moment to reflect. Continue reading
ONA’s website features a tool that allows people to add specific “building blocks” to a group of fundamental principles that should apply to all journalists. Continue reading
The Cincinnati chapter will host “Words & Images: A Media Debrief and Community Conversation” on Oct. 8 to discuss a high-profile July police shooting and the media’s coverage of it. Continue reading