The 2008 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference, which takes place Sept. 4-7 in Atlanta, is your chance to meet and connect with reporters, editors, freelancers and educators from across the world for three days of excitement.
I went to the Newseum, a shiny new building in Washington that news companies and foundations have erected as a shrine to their industry. Since it’s my industry, too, I thought a museum, where sacred relics and texts have been placed safely in the equivalent of a big glass jar, might make me hopeful about […]
Hammered by the same financial problems facing newspapers across the country, The Miami Herald announced plans to reduce its workforce by 250 full-time employees — 17 percent of its staff.
David Sirota, a nationally syndicated columnist, joins the South Florida chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists for an evening of discussion, insight and a reading of his latest New York Times Bestseller: The Uprising: An Unauthorized Tour of the Populist Revolt Scaring Wall Street & Washington (Crown Publishers, May 2008).
Florida International University journalism professor Neil Reisner’s students are blogging from the IRE conference in Miami. Check out their thoughts here.