SPJ Digital has been making significant progress since the new officer terms began on Feb. 1. We have made more resources available and expanded work on our current resources, as well as grown in members. Continue reading
It has been a momentous week for Facebook, as it held its F8 developer conference this week in San Francisco, with discussions on how the social network will work and what it can do for the future. Continue reading
March 24 is your LAST CHANCE to register for the SPJ Region 5 conference in Louisville at the regular conference rate prices.
Host Louisville Pro Chapter members have planned a full day of sessions Saturday. Continue reading
The national office issued the press release below this morning, listing the MOE winners for Region 4 who were recognized in Athens on Saturday.
Winners who did not pick up their certificates of recognition — or have someone do that for them — will receive them in the mail. Continue reading
SPJ’s Volunteer of the Month for March is Bethany N. Bella, an Ohio University student who is a huge help SPJ’s Digital Committee as well as to her campus chapter. Continue reading
Sunshine Week celebrates access to public information and what it means to people and communities each year.
Much of the week focused on which public officials and governments with exceptionally good or poor track records of providing access to public information. Continue reading
One afternoon in my second semester at the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism, I grabbed a copy of the morning’s The New York Times, more on an impulse than as a conscious, consumer choice. Continue reading
Almost every journalist has experienced that frustrated feeling of knowing a government body possesses public information important but unable to access it.
A group of journalists experienced with acquiring public records from government bodies want to help make that feeling a distant memory. Continue reading
BREAKING NEWS. Well, great news, at least.
We decided last night to extend the deadline for early-bird registration until March 30.
But why delay? Register today. Continue reading
Former Secretary of State Hilary Clinton sounded a lot like the mayor of Tupelo, Mississippi last week when the likely presidential candidate discussed using a personal email address and smartphone for official business. Continue reading
Designing myself a website in high school wasn’t just some whimsical experiment I executed in my spare time – I did it solely to get into college. Continue reading
Massachusetts’ public records law, already considered one of the weakest in the nation, has taken another hit.
A series of rulings by Massachusetts Secretary of State William F. Continue reading
Twitter officially confirmed today its acquisition of the live streaming app Periscope, which had closed in January for $100 million. Twitter’s Vice President for product, Kevin Weil, made the announcement via the social networking site. Continue reading