New SPJ Region 3 intern says readers still enjoy the touch, fragrance from print magazines

ATLANTA, GEORGIA — Entering into her senior year at Auburn University in Alabama, Ariel Cochran, SPJ Region 3’s fall intern, is also the new president of the university’s national SPJ student chapter where plans are on the way for programming and new visibility of SPJ at the School of Communications and Journalism and university publications.…

Pakistan’s journalistic community establishes journalists safety hubs for their own protection

ASIAN JOURNALISM NETWORK — Pakistani journalistic community struggling to support each other. News gets life threatening messages by a criminal gang. Mustafa left with no option other than to stop working as a professional journalist. Mustafa expressed his frustration, “Professionally, it was strange that I stopped working but I was frustrated and lived in stress for…

Follow my lede: The mission? In Navajo Nation voices need to be heard. “Who else will tell those stories?”

SizingUptheSouth.com is catching up with Meredith Cummings on her journey through hundreds of newsroom this summer throughout America. WINDOW ROCK, ARIZONA — The Najavo Times Chief Executive Officer and Publisher Tom Arviso Jr. radiates old-school journalist, but with a twist. As the person who oversees the day-to-day operations of The Navajo Times, his paper more…