During the first 10 weeks of 2007, Iraq accounted for 23 percent of the newshole for network TV news. In 2008, it plummeted to 3 percent during that period. On cable networks it fell from 24 percent to 1 percent, according to a study by the Project for Excellence in Journalism. Whatever Happened to Iraq?
Landscape photographer Clyde Butcher will be the kick off speaker for Big Cypress Gallery’s new Summer Lecture on May 31 at 1 p.m.
Tom Fiedler, former executive editor at the Miami Herald and former South Florida SPJ member, has been named dean of the Boston University College of Communication. Fiedler worked at the Herald for 30 years, as an investigative reporter, a political columnist, the editorial page editor, and, finally, the executive editor from 2001 to 2007. He […]
Notes on the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Spring Conference 2008 Beth Anne Carr The theme of building the newsroom of the future, starting today, dominated the presentations of the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 Spring conference held in March at the University of South Carolina in Columbia. The future was the topic […]
The Senate Thursday night voted, without debate, to invalidate the Federal Communications Commission’s Dec. 18 decision to loosen the newspaper-broadcast cross-ownership rule. Senate Votes to Block FCC’s Cross-Ownership Rule Change