“Reporting On and From Latin America,” a workshop sponsored by Florida International University’s Latin American and Caribbean Center (LACC), will be held May 2 at the Biscayne Marriott Hotel. The workshop attracts journalists, editors, policy-makers and scholars from throughout the U.S., Latin America and Europe.
The widely reported deal to sell Tribune Co.’s Newsday to Rupert Murdoch’s News Corp. may be tripped up on antitrust concerns, the well-known media economist Robert G. Picard warned Tuesday. ‘Newsday’ Sale Could Raise Big Antitrust Issues, Economist Says
Judges across the nation are wrapping up their judging of the 958 entries received in this year’s Sunshine State Awards competition. The South Florida Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists released a partial list of the finalists today. Results for the remaining 18 categories should be released early next week. In the meantime, please […]
Newsday’s parent company is near an agreement to sell the Long Island paper to New York Post owner Rupert Murdoch for $580 million, according to a source familiar with the negotiations and to a published report. Murdoch, Newsday Close to Deal
Tension over sports blogging is one of the strains between sports franchises, leagues and reporters to have emerged during the digital age. Tension Over Sports Blogging