Journalists track and monitor natural disasters to inform people whose life might be in danger, all while sacrificing their own well-being.
The American general public doesn’t have a clear understanding on how journalists are under stress and are at-risk as they are banned from meetings, personally threatened, or physically attacked in this country.
The Society of Professional Journalists – Region 3 & the Savannah State University Department of Journalism & Mass Communication (JMC) are providing […]
Members of the U.S. Military and multi-state National Guard personnel prepare for resources to be given to local […]
By Isaiah Singleton, SPJ Region 3 summer intern, senior at Savannah State University student studying mass communication and journalism Podcasts […]
COMMENTARY Journoterrorist By Michael Koretzky Today is Save Student Newsrooms Day. It’s kind of stupid. The concept isn’t. College […]
Editor’s Note: The article below is a sample of the Facebook program that is also available with SPJ […]
COMMENTARY Baxley Bites By David Baxley, SPJ South Carolina member and Associate Professor at Francis Marion University It’s no secret […]
Photojournalist Kevin D. Liles will be presenting “Visual Storytelling: Take Photos With Impact To Accompany Your Written Work,” […]
Can’t find “that” information when you need it for your freelance business? Is there a system that will […]