In a generation of texting, Snapchat and Instagram, do people pick up the phone and call one another for a conversation? The lack of time spent on phone conversations may affect young journalists who need to hold quality phone interviews.
Breaking news happens in the smallest communities and the biggest cities. Journalists who are there cover the events […]
Haisten Willis attended his first Society of Professional Journalists meeting in 2014 and said if you had told […]
AUBURN, ALA. — An Alabama print-only newspaper, the Democratic-Reporter, whose former editor-in-chief, Goodloe Sutton, made headlines when he […]
Leah Jordan did not grow up like many journalists talking “into their hairbrush and do newscasts when they […]
Three meteorologists share the importance of their work and also the possible stress of working in weather-related news.
Two journalists, Susan Ardis and Jenna Kurzyna, with Columbia WLTX 19, were at the door of the Columbia […]
“I believe that the more attention journalists pay to their own inner world, the better they will be […]
Auburn Plainsman Managing Editor Mikayla Burns was perusing through a regularly delivered physical newspaper to their newsroom, The […]
“Advisors hardly ever win and the only way a college editor will lose is if they let themselves […]