SPJ Georgia brings freelancers an opportunity to refresh or broaden their professional journalism horizons at this annual event in Atlanta.
AUBURN, ALA. — An Alabama print-only newspaper, the Democratic-Reporter, whose former editor-in-chief, Goodloe Sutton, made headlines when he […]
Journalism is like crystal meth: If you want repeat customers, hook ’em young. That’s happening right now in […]
Three meteorologists share the importance of their work and also the possible stress of working in weather-related news.
Auburn Plainsman Managing Editor Mikayla Burns was perusing through a regularly delivered physical newspaper to their newsroom, The […]
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.
“Advisors hardly ever win and the only way a college editor will lose is if they let themselves […]
The Society of Professional Journalists’ Florida Pro Chapter announces the 2019 Sunshine State Awards competition, recognizing outstanding journalism from calendar year 2018.
Since 1997, young adults ages 18 – 29 years have lost trust in the news media by 28 […]
Jason Meucci, Emily Bloch and Stell Simonton have chosen three different paths after a single catalytic event brought them to the same point – having been laid off in the world of journalism.