Phil Lewis, editor of the Naples Daily News, writes about talk of dismantling FIU’s journalism school in the wake of budget cuts, and what the school’s thousands of Latin American graduates mean to the community. Not Just a J-School at Stake
Several years ago, the Florida newspaper market was a hotbed for advertising, fueled by the real estate boom of the early 2000s. But in the years since, the housing market’s bust has taken the Sunshine State from one of the best, albeit most competitive, places to publish a newspaper to one of the hardest ones in which to do business
The annual Florida ACES workshop will be held on June 22 in St. Petersburg. Early bird prices for those with registration postmarked by June 1 are just $8 for ACES and SND members and students; $23 for all others.
The Florida chapter of the Asian American Journalists Association is hosting its annual Unity Mixer/Dim Sum brunch, Sunday, May 18, from 11 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.
Leaders of the Society of Professional Journalists today urged the nation’s media to hold their military analysts to the same ethical standards journalists are required to meet concerning potential conflicts of interest, financial ties and relationships with government agencies. SPJ leaders also expressed outrage at what an April 20 New York Times story revealed to […]