The transgender community and the media discussion coming Nov. 30

With more transgender actors in Hollywood, the impending military ban, and so-called “bathroom bills,” how well is the media covering the transgender community? SPJ Florida and the Stonewall National Museum & Archives invite you to an open discussion on how we can better serve the community in our reporting on Nov. 30 at 7 p.m. […]

Join SPJ Florida for its first freelancer lunch meet up

Freelancing can get lonely. If you want a good reason to go out in public, why not hang/commiserate with your fellow South Florida Freelancers? Come on out to Funky Buddha Brewery for a lunch meet up. There’s no agenda, no speaker. Just dish. Talk about whatever you like. Got questions? Check out our Facebook event or email […]

SPJ Florida Talks With Active Voice Fellow, Melissa Gomez

Student journalists don’t have full First Amendment rights, and New Voices is working to change that. A national movement, the law has been passed in a number of states and SPJ Florida is working with the Student Press Law Center to help pass it in the Sunshine State. Just this week, Frank LoMonte wrote a […]

High School Journalism Grant

SPJ Florida is excited to offer a High School Newsroom Grant! Your newsroom can apply for up to $500 — simply tell us what you will use the grant for and why your newsroom is so deserving. Applications are open to all Florida high schools with a media program, big or small. If selected, winners […]

Student Chapters Network Launched

  SPJ Florida and SPJ Region 3 teamed up to create the Student Chapters Network, an initiative for campus advisers and student leaders to build, develop and strengthen campus chapters. Not only that, but the network was created to help chapters — whether old, new, or being revamped — with the logistics of creating and promoting […]