Monthly Archive: August 2011
SPJ Journalism Education Committee Meeting Minutes Aug. 16, 2011 Conference call at noon Eastern/9 am Pacific time
Members attending: David Burns, George Daniels. Kym Fox, Mac McKerral, June Nicholson, Renee Patrina, Jeff South, Nerissa Young, Eileen Solomon, Amber Rossner, Bill Oats, Neil Ralston, Becky Tallent. Continue reading
Classrooms and Newsrooms: The J-Education Forum | August 16th, 2011 | #Eileen Solomon, #Neil Ralston, #New Chapters, #Society of Professional Journalists, #Webster University
SPJ Campus Affairs Representatives Make Visit to Webster University
ST LOUIS– While in town for the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication Annual Conference, SPJ Vice President for Campus Affairs Neil Ralston and George Daniels, campus adviser at-large visited Webster University. Continue reading
ST LOUIS– More than two dozen SPJ campus advisers and journalism department heads met SPJ Executive Director Joe Skeel for breakfast here at the AEJMC Annual Convention Friday. Continue reading
The Press Club of Long Island will be holding a special meeting on Thursday focusing on the relationship between police and the press.
Journalist Phil Datz will be showing the widely viewed video of his arrest as well as video of previous confrontations with police at crime scenes. Continue reading
As a long-time student member of the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) and the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA), nothing excites me more than a joint convention between two of the largest journalism organizations. Continue reading
Got some extra time to learn a new skill or two during your remaining few weeks of summer vacation? You’re in luck!
We’ve compiled a list of twenty of the best online resources for journalists. Continue reading
By spotlighting the unjustified arrest of a cameraman by the Suffolk County Police Department, The Press Club of Long Island was able to convince the law enforcement agency to admit its mistake this week. Continue reading
The Press Club of Long Island, the local chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, the nation’s largest journalism organization, is calling on the Suffolk County Police Department to drop all charges against freelance video journalist Phil Datz, who was arrested for filming police response to a car chase on July 29. Continue reading