The oldest city in America, St. Augustine, Fla. is facing over 40 mph winds but might still see storm surges this evening.
The Savannah Morning News and two WSAV-TV members, as well as many other journalists, are watching and reporting as Dorian creeps toward the Georgia’s Coastal Empire and lowcountry.
Check out the conferences and events for journalists in the South and throughout the country.
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.
Jennifer Parks began writing at an early age, leading her to attend and graduate from Georgia Southern University […]
The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Southeast announced May 5 its list of nominees for the 45th Annual Southeast Emmy® Awards.
ATLANTA, GA. — The Ted Scripps Leadership Institute, a program partnered with the Society of Professional Journalists, will […]
The Society of Professional Journalists – Region 3 & the Savannah State University Department of Journalism & Mass Communication (JMC) are providing […]
By Isaiah Singleton, SPJ Student Member and senior at Savannah State University majoring in online & print journalism; staff writer […]
By Isaiah Singleton, SPJ Region 3 Summer Intern, Savannah State University senior Savannah, GEORGIA — WSAV -TV 3 […]