SDX Foundation says no thanks to monies from fabulist

INDIANAPOLIS, INDIANA — The Sigma Delta Chi Foundation, a foundation that supports educational programs for the Society of Professional Journalists, has declined a monetary contribution from Stephen Glass. The New York Times calls Stephen Glass one of journalism’s most famous “fabulists” who wrote articles for The New Republic and three other publications. He “completely made up,…

WXIA-TV NBC 11Alive Atlanta ‘Lost on the Line’ investigation wins Peabody

“Inspired by a single 911 call for help that failed fatally, WXIA reporter Brendan Keefe launched an ambitious, enterprising multi-media probe that revealed government oversights and technical shortcomings in supposedly smart iPhones and in telecommunications infrastructure that were causing needless deaths across the country.” View WXIA-TV NBC 11Alive Atlanta’s Peabody award-winning segments HERE Peabody Awards…

Three Pulitzer Prizes announced in Region 3 area

The Tampa Bay Times, the Sarasota Times-Tribune and the Marshall Project win 2016 Pulitzer Prizes for investigative reporting. Lenora LaPeter Anton and Anthony Cormier won for the Tampa Bay Times and Michael Braga from the Sarasota Times-Tribune for investigative journalism for an investigation in Florida’s mental health system. Ken Armstrong from the Marshall Project, along…