Julie Kay has been named president of the South Florida chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists. Kay is an award-winning South Florida journalist who covers the southeast United States for the National Law Journal. She previously worked for the Daily Business Review for seven years, where she authored a weekly column entitled “Justice Watch.” […]
When: Saturday, March 1, 2008 from 1:30-4:30 p.m.
Working journalists can apply for a fellowship to attend the Scripps Howard Institute on the Environment May 12-17 at Florida Atlantic University in Jupiter. You can study environmental issues in the context of South Florida, a subtropical world facing many of the same pressures found elsewhere in the U.S. – over-development, dwindling water, wetland losses, […]
In this column, Eugene Robinson of The Washington Post explains why there’s no “viable substitute” for the newspaper — even in this Internet Age. Spike the Obit; Newspapers Still Rock
Westin Hotel, Fort Lauderdale Board members present: Darcie Lunsford, Bill Hirschman, John Hopkins, Sylvia Gurinsky, Merwin Sigale, Beth Feinstein-Bartl Committee chairs and representatives present: Tim Dodson (Sunshine State Awards), Michael Koretzky (student affairs) Guests: Tim Collie (Sun-Sentinel) Darcie called the meeting to order at 7:26 p.m. SUNSHINE STATE AWARDS UPDATE • Tim provided a timeline […]