Robert W. Greene, a pioneering investigative reporter and editor who helped Newsday twice win the Pulitzer Prize for Public Service and who left an indelible imprint on a newspaper whose reporting mission he deeply believed in, died Thursday after a long illness. He was 78.
New Times blog The Daily Pulp reports that the Miami Herald is offering buyouts to veteran employees in an attempt to cut its staff by 2 percent.
Reporters talk about how live blogging helps them grow as storytellers — by teaching them to look for quirky details and polishing their listening, note taking and deadline writing skills.
The 2008 IRE Conference will be held in Miami from June 5-8, 2008 at the InterContinental.
This great training opportunity will offer more than 100 in-depth sessions.
Leaders of the Society of Professional Journalists Friday urged members of the Bush Administration, the United States Department of Justice and members of the United States Senate to forego attempts to stifle the passage of S. 2035, the Free Flow of Information Act.