Monthly Archive: March 2017
SPJ Member Spotlight | March 24th, 2017 | #Claire Regan, #Deadline Club, #journalist, #member of the month, #Membership, #New York City, #Region 1, #volunteer, #Volunteer of the Month
SPJ Member of the Month: Claire Regan
SPJ’s Member of the Month for March is New York Deadline Club mainstay Claire Regan, who in addition to numerous other things arranges awards dinners and now the Region 1 spring conference. Continue reading
At NPR’s headquarters in Washington, two sets of keyboards, both connected to microphones, appear before a musician. He sits down and performs three tracks from his album – a performance that is as intimate as it gets, a performance that is powerful and can showcase talent. Continue reading
By guest blogger Hazel Becker
This is the story of a freelance journalist who went up against a national publisher and won. The individual facts and circumstances are not uncommon. Continue reading
There’s little more patriotic than seeking truth and reporting it.
The future of FOIA—hell, the future of press access of any kind—may seem murky. But hasn’t that always been the case? Continue reading
President Trump has already labeled major press outlets the “fake news media” and the “enemy of the people.” His administration has blocked major news outlets from a briefing because it didn’t like what they published. Continue reading
The somewhat odd lawsuit Western Kentucky University filed against its student newspaper challenges an attorney general’s ruling on an open records request.
The WKU lawsuit shows the length universities will go to keep things secret, especially when the things involve sexual misconduct. Continue reading
“The future of media looks like this.”
That is how a tweet from Josiah Ryan, a senior producer for CNN in New York, began when discussing the recent front page cover story on the network from The Hollywood Reporter. Continue reading
Last month, Laura Davis of the University of Southern California’s Annenberg School of Journalism curated a series written by her students about how products affect trust with news organizations. Continue reading