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SPJ Florida hosts free webinar on newsrooms unionizing

In the middle of covering the coronavirus, journalists from across the country took an hour out to talk about something entirely different: unionizing.

SPJ Florida supports One Herald Guild, calls for fair election

Today, One Herald Guild — the latest newsroom unionizing effort out of Florida comprised of Miami Herald, El Nuevo Herald and

2009 Sunshine State Awards Recap

HOLLYWOOD, Fla., May 30, 2009--Three Miami Herald reporters won top honors Saturday in the Sunshine State Awards, a statewide competition honoring Florida’s best journalism of 2008. In their series “Borrowers Betrayed,” The Herald’s Jack Dolan, Matthew Haggman and Rob Barry disclosed lax regulation in Florida’s home-mortgage industry that let

Meet Author Ronnie Greene of the Miami Herald

The Miami Herald’s Ronnie Greene discusses his critically acclaimed nonfiction book — Night Fire: Big Oil, Poison Air, And Margie Richard’s Fight To Save Her Town (HarperCollins/Amistad) — Saturday August 30 at 4 p.m.

Miami Herald to Reduce its Staff by 250

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.

Former Herald Editor Moves to Boston U

Tom Fiedler, former executive editor at the Miami Herald and former South Florida SPJ member, has been named dean of the Boston University College of Communication.