SPJ Florida is pleased to announce that this year’s High School Newsroom Grants were awarded to: The Reef at Coral Shores High School in Tavernier Columbian Media at Columbia High School in Lake City Dunedin High School Newspaper at Dunedin High School in Dunedin The Talon at East Lake High School in Tarpon Springs Student newspaper at Blake High School in Tampa With the board approving to double the budget of the grant, the committee was able to give out more grants to deserving newsrooms.
How do you cover a marginalized group of people with empathy? For starters, you probably shouldn’t “dress up” as them.
It’s an age-old question for journalists, from sources who don’t understand: “Why didn’t you cover that?”
September 28 • Board Meeting Minutes
Meeting Notice: Oct. 5
SPJ Florida will host its first meeting with its 2020-21 board on Monday, Oct. 5 from 7-8 p.m.
The Society of Professional Journalists named SPJ Florida its 2020 Professional Chapter of the Year (Large Chapter), a designation that highlights the success of local chapters at supporting the society’s mission.
Today the Society of Professional Journalists and the Trans Journalists Association launched a simple way for editors, reporters, photographers and designers to improve their content and coverage – even on deadline.