Many of the posts were links to articles about gaming, some were links to graphics and some posts were links to other Twitter posts. Continue reading
For the past several months, a group of SPJ leaders has been working behind the scenes to develop an SPJ Region 7 fellowship exclusively for SPJ student members and members who have graduated recently. Continue reading
Social media has changed the course and direction for engaging audiences, especially younger audiences. Continue reading
A surgeon may slice through flesh to remove a diseased organ. Continue reading
The first Twitter chat of the Society’s Ethics Week happened Wednesday afternoon with Ethics Committee Member David Cohn, who is an executive producer at AJ+.
The American Society of Copy Editors hosted the discussion as part of its #ACESchat on Twitter. Continue reading
The theme of SPJ Ethics Week for 2015 is “Minimize Harm,” the third of the four basic tenets in the SPJ Code of Ethics.
All seven of the sub-sections of this tenet call on a reporter to make value judgments and to consider restraint in reporting information that he or she has a right to publish. Continue reading
This week is the SPJ’s annual Ethics Week, a celebration of, and a time to examine deeper, the Code of Ethics and its primary values – to seek truth, report it, minimize harm, be accountable and transparent, and act independent. Continue reading
In today’s journalism world, obtaining and sharing information can be instantaneous.
Especially in breaking news situations we can find ourselves, as journalists, scrambling to collect, verify and publish the latest news we have. Continue reading
News as we know it is changing, shifting — and hopefully — becoming even more robust. From social media to the Apple Watch, the means by which we receive our news is also constantly changing. Continue reading
The lesson at the end of the exercise is that the definition varies from person to person. Continue reading
The Fulbright Scholar Program has a great component called the Outreach Lecturing Fund. Universities that would like to host a visiting Fulbright Scholar (who is already studying in the U.S.) can identify a scholar, apply to the program, and invite him or her to campus. Continue reading
The Society’s Ethics Week is focusing on minimizing harm, which is a key tenet of the Code of Ethics.
The Society’s Code of Ethics is composed of four key tenets and almost three dozen underlying principles. Continue reading
Brian Williams has not had an easy year. Continue reading
Greetings Region 1 SPJ members. It’s been an exciting time for our region, for reasons big and small ….
First, we held a successful regional conference at Hofstra University. Continue reading