Archive for October, 2009


FUTURE OF NEWS ESSAYS

A couple of blog posts worth reading on a topic near and dear to many of us.
http://codybrown.name/2009/10/25/a-public-can-talk-to-itself-why-the-future-of-news-is-actually-pretty-clear/
http://reinventingthenewsroom.wordpress.com/2009/10/26/the-public-method-of-journalism-and-other-monday-reads/#comments

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KNOXVILLE TOWN

Notorious in song and legend, Knoxville is home to the vibrant East Tennessee Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, which is sponsoring an “Ethics Poker” night this Sunday, Nov. 1.

ETSPJ is asking you to RSVP to amanda@hellbenderpress.com for this event, which is open to the public.

That means, you don’t have to be a journalist or a member of ETSPJ, to learn about journalism ethics by playing Texas Hold-Em.

You also don’t have to know anything about poker to enjoy the educational game.

The free evening of poker — 6 to 9 p.m. — will be held at the Sunsphere, at the corner of Henry and Clinch, in K-town.

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