Bill Moyers, host of PBS’ Bill Moyers Journal, accepted the Ridenhour Courage Prize earlier this month at the Press Club in Washington D.C. The Nation Institute, which is a sponsor of the award, posted his acceptance speech on its Web site. Bill Moyers’ acceptance speech
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.