Gearing up for SPJ Ethics Week, journos stand by ethical reporting

By Sarah Jones, SPJ Region 3 intern, SPJ student member from Francis Marion University As working journalists, the barrage of name calling, fake news accusations and the fight between propaganda news versus professional newsgathering is leading to tighter inspection of our work and higher expectations for reporting the truth and good journalism.  To provide continued awareness…

Journoterrorist: DOUBLE-DOWN SYNDROME

COMMENTARY Journoterrorist By Michael Koretzky One of these guys is a college student. The other needs to grow up. On the left is Cody Nespor, editor of The Rocket, the newspaper at Slippery Rock University in Pennsylvania. On the right is Aaron Bernstine, a Pennsylvania state representative who hates him. On Saturday, Bernstine tweeted… What did…

I just drove 10,000 miles and visited dozens of newsrooms to chronicle journalism in America. Here’s what I learned.

Editor’s Note: This article was originally published on March 17 for Medium.com. By Meredith Cumming, SPJ Alabama member and is a University of Alabama instructor in the department of Journalism and Creative Media, and is the director of scholastic media. One year ago this week — Sunshine Week — I set out to chronicle journalism in America in 2017 by driving 10,000…