The Rural Health News Service's "Thinking about Health" column, which is free for CNPA-member companies to republish, is meant to help readers better understand the health issues in their community, state and nation.
The 2015 Media Law School, hosted by the University of South Carolina School of Law and College of Information and Communications, will provide selected journalists with the opportunity to develop a better understanding of the key stages of civil and criminal proceedings and to learn enough basic law to report accurately on many important issues in the news.
The editor is out this week, but leaves for your consideration some ponderous thought fodder.
A new fund dedicated to Steve Marschke, the late editor and publisher of the West Sacramento News-Ledger, will provde a $500 scholarship to a River City High School journalism student, the newspaper reported.
We’re at a critical juncture in media history, one that is redefining the landscape so quickly that we’ve reached a tipping point.
After 30 years as a reporter, editor and newspaper executive, and now as the Knight Chair in Journalism and Digital Media Economics at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, Penny Abernathy specializes in preserving quality journalism by helping the news business succeed in the digital environment.
The Society for Features Journalism has honored Diana Marcum and Mary McNamara, the Los Angeles Times' two recent Pulitzer Prize winners, in its 27th Annual Excellence in Features Journalism Awards.
Plans for The Selma Enterprise and The Kingsburg Recorder to become one merged edition were announced last week.