Journalism news of the South May 31-June 7, 2019
SPJ members deserve more from the leadership of their organization.
Carol Brzozowski began her career as a news reporter in 1983 at the South Florida Sun-Sentinel in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, then turned to freelance work in 1991.
SPJ Florida Pro chapter has announced its finalists for the 2019 Sunshine State Awards. The finalists in each […]
The media’s negative perception of the black community, specifically black men, may increase and harm the lives of black men, especially when depicted as violent and if they are accused of crimes they did not commit.
Independent journalists may have a hard time getting access to sources and events they need to cover for freelance assignments.
June 3, 2019 We are always looking for good programs and conferences to share with journos in the […]
Greenville, South Carolina, fallen journalists WYFF anchor/reporter Mike McCormick and Photojournalist Aaron Smeltzer’s names and photos were on display this week at the Journalists Memorial at the Newseum in Washington, D.C. They will be added permanently to the memorial on June 3.
Let’s face it. The world of journalism is changing thanks to social media, widespread use of disinformation and a global narrative seeking to discredit our practice.
I’ll never forget what first entered my mind when I heard the words, “We’re eliminating your position.”