Monthly Archive: November 2014
SPJ Works | November 17th, 2014 | #Uncategorized
Journalists, are you seriously still not scheduling your social media?
Due to the nature of my position with SPJ, I tend to be on social media all day and night. Some of this may be due to my overwhelming addiction to Buzzfeed quizzes about which celebrity would play me in a movie, but mainly this is because SPJ’s social media requires a lot of attention. Continue reading
This older gentleman? A teenager is wiser than he is.
Ed Meadows is president of Pensacola State College in the Florida Panhandle. He made the most headlines of his long career just last week, when he told the 18-year-old Spenser Garber, co-editor of the PSC student newspaper, three silly things…
Paging all journalists: It’s time to be rewarded for your hard work.
Yes, I’m talking to you.
All of you can now submit entries for SPJ’s annual Sigma Delta Chi Awards and Mark of Excellence Awards honoring the best professional and collegiate journalism of the 2014 calendar year. Continue reading
The opinions expressed below (and above) are not necessarily those of the management of this blog.
Then again, they aren’t necessarily the opposite, either.
The man expressing those opinions is David Schick, a college journalist I’ve written about a few times before. Continue reading