Gabriella Paul, a senior at the University of Florida, in July won first place for the 2019 SPJ Florida College Scholarship.
Journalists could go too far in reporting if they are unclear of the thin balance between assertive reporting and ambush interviews, experts said.
A New Orleans television journalist, Nancy Parker, died Friday, Aug. 16 in a plane crash along with the […]
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Journalism opened the world for Grethel Delgado Alvarez, who left Cuba in 2015 on a cultural visa to come to the United States.
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Will Whaley covered an arrest in a shooting his first day as editor of The Selma Times-Journal as he weighed turning out the next day’s print edition while understanding the town’s complex history.
Photo above: Florida State University’s FSView and Florida Flambeau staff is questioning the possibility of the university’s athletic […]
Haisten Willis, past president for the Society of Professional Journalists Georgia Pro Chapter and professional freelance journalist based out of Atlanta, Ga., has decided to run for a national slot on the SPJ board of directors in September 2019 as a director at large.