By Diana DiGangi In a panel at the VPA/SPJ Region 2 Conference, newspaper editors Paige Mudd and Steve Gunn had an inspiring message for the journalists in the audience: Journalism is changing, but it’s not necessarily dying. Mudd is the top editor of the Richmond Times-Dispatch, and Gunn holds the corresponding position at The Virginian-Pilot. Gunn saidContinue reading “SPJVPA16: Editors optimistic about journalism’s future”
Paul Fletcher, SPJ’s national president, gave a workshop at the VPA/SPJ Regional 2 Conference about how to apply sound ethical principles to journalistic decision-making.
By Janeal Downs From taking adventurous trips to the grocery store in China to covering the ravages of war in Afghanistan, top journalists shared their experiences as international reporters during a panel at the VPA/SPJ Region 2 Conference. David Lynch, a correspondent in the Washington bureau of the Financial Times, and Paul Wiseman, an internationalContinue reading “SPJVPA16: So you want to be an international reporter?”
Fellowships offer intern opportunities for students seeking journalism careers. The application deadline has been extended until April 15. Society of Professional Journalists, Virginia Pro Chapter Virginia SPJ, SDX Educational Foundation The Virginia SPJ Chapter will award two $1,500 fellowships that will require — and help pay for — a supervised summer newsroom internship for any risingContinue reading “Deadline extended: Students, apply for summer 2016 newsroom fellowships”
Fellowships fund internships for students seeking journalism careers Society of Professional Journalists, Virginia Pro Chapter Virginia SPJ, SDX Educational Foundation SPJ members in Virginia will award two $1,500 fellowships that will require – and help pay for – a supervised summer newsroom internship for any rising junior or senior at an accredited Virginia college. The 2015Continue reading “Students, apply for summer newsroom fellowship”