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RJI announces newest class of journalists receiving innovative fellowship

Sep 15, 2022

Authors and students will produce books and articles on the industrial and cultural degradation of the American prairie; the rising incarceration rate among women; and the FBI’s infiltration of Black ...

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Report for America encourages rural newsrooms to apply as RFA host newsrooms

Sep 1, 2022

Report for America announces that applications are now open for news organizations interested in partnering to host emerging and experienced journalists in their newsrooms for up to three years, beginning ...

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In this generation of whataboutism, what does it mean to cover your community fairly?

Aug 1, 2022

Pew asked people about “whataboutism”-- giving equal play to both sides, a journalistic tactic I learned decades ago in my first college journalism course. Actually, I probably learned it even ...

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Hawaii signs into law the Hawaii Student Journalism Protection Act, becoming the 16th state

Jun 1, 2022

The legislation overrules the U.S. Supreme Court decision in 1988 that gave high school administrations substantial control over the content of student publications.

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Young journalists deserve more than we had

Apr 1, 2022

We simply cannot expect or demand that the next generation of journalists come work for us at barely minimum wage without at least offering other workplace incentives that help offset it. Of course, workplace ...

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What can be done to help journalism students avoid heavy indebtedness?

Jan 1, 2022

The professors and media advisors have collective decades of working with community newspapers and teaching young adults about the craft of journalism. This discussion highlights their sense of journalism ...

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Meet Georgia, one of 42 unique professionals stepping up for their hometown

Dec 2, 2021

The Pelham Examiner is one of a dwindling number of small community newspapers, more than 2,100 of which have disappeared since 2004. But there’s another way this New York publication and its 42 ...

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Panel discusses recruiting young journalists who believe they can make a difference

Dec 1, 2021

This the first of a two-part final installment of Pub Aux’s dialogue with prominent members of the journalism academic community where they address the career aspirations of the young journalists ...

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NeSmith, Georgia publisher turns dying weekly into nonprofit to be maintained editorially by the University of Georgia

Nov 1, 2021

Two strategies that have been touted as ways to preserve community newspapers — the nonprofit model and university involvement – are combining to save a weekly newspaper in northeast Georgia. ...

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