June 16 • Chapter News
Run for a spot on the 2022-2023 SPJ Florida Board

It’s almost time for SPJ Florida to host its annual board elections — and we want you to run.


April 13 • Chapter News
How the law defends your photos…

The Right to Photograph & Record in Public Saturday, May 7: a free event with free food and a special beer Mickey H.


February 23 • Chapter News
Tips for Managing Money as a Freelance Journalist

When you’re a freelance journalist, you sometimes don’t know when your next paycheck is coming in.


February 13 • Chapter News
Chapter Awards 2022 School Newsroom Grants to Four High Schools

SPJ Florida was proud to award four $500 grants to deserving high school media programs in the Sunshine State: Boca Raton Community High School in Boca Raton, Christopher Columbus High School in Miami, Gadsden County High School in Havana, and Hollins High School in St.


January 20 • Chapter News
2021 Winners

SPECIAL AWARDS James Batten Award for Public Service Winner: USA Today Network – Pat Beall, Daphne Chen, Suzanne Hirt & Josh Salman, Torn ApartFinalist: Univision News Digital – Staff, Univision News Digital ProjectsFinalist: Florida Today – Staff, Collection: The last conscious moments of Gregory Lloyd Edwards Gene Miller Award for Investigative Reporting Winner: WFTS-TV – Adam Walser, Randy Wright & Melanie Payne, “The Price of Protection…Guardianship Abuse Continues”Finalist: Tampa Bay Times – Kathleen McGrory, Neil Bedi, TargetedFinalist: South Florida Sun Sentinel – Megan O’Matz, Brittany Wallman, John Maines & Aric Chokey, Everyone’s on I-95, but the police NABJ South Florida Diversity Award Winner: Miami Herald – Jacqueline Charles, Haiti Earthquake: A decade of aftershocks and unkept promisesFinalist: TCPalm/Treasure Coast Newspapers – Lindsey Leake, Lindsey Leake collectionFinalist: Embrace Magazine – John Sotomayor, “LGBTQ Heroes Series” Barbara A.


December 21 • Chapter News
Dr. Deborah V. Gross Talks Burnout in Journalists

SPJ Florida hosted Mississippi-based psychiatrist Dr. Deborah V. Gross on Friday, Dec. 10 to address burnout among journalists.