Monthly Archive: May 2012
It was Jeff South, not Jimmy McCollum, who volunteered to write a Toolbox fro Quill.
Also, to clarify the statement about research in the Cheeseburger report, the research methodology was not as strong in its basis on a national data set. Continue reading
At least three entries must be submitted in each contest category for the entries to move on to judging. In the following categories, there were only one or two entries so the categories will be disqualified. Continue reading
Journalism Education Committee Meeting May 16, 2012
Attending: Eileen Solomon, George Daniels, Nerissa Young, Butler Cain, Neil Ralston, Jimmy McCollum. Teresa White and Becky Tallent
Also attending: SPJ President John Ensslin and SPJ staff member Tara Puckney. Continue reading
Honduran radio journalist Alfredo Villatoro was kidnapped and killed this past week. His body was discovered Tuesday night. CNN reports he was the 22 journalist killed in the country since 2010. Continue reading
Al Jazeera English reported on May 8 that China has refused to renew its correspondent’s press credentials and visa.
Melissa Chan has been AJE’s China correspondent since 2007, but the news organization has been forced to close its bureau in Beijing. Continue reading
A 35-year-old French journalist is being held by Colombian guerrillas as local and international demands for his release grow.
The Colombian and French governments said Romeo Langlois was out with government troops in a remote area of southern Colombia when they were attacked by the rebels leftist Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia. Continue reading