Video of Thursday’s webinar about House Bill 2004 — a new state law designed to provide a measure of access to inactive criminal investigative files.
The SPJ Virginia Pro Chapter and other groups presented a webinar about how legislation passed by the 2021 General Assembly will affect Virginia news organizations and journalists.
Video of the online program about the Freedom of Information Act that SPJ’s Virginia Pro and Washington, D.C., Pro chapters held on Nov. 10.
What information do you need about Virginia’s Freedom of Information Act? Would you like to learn how it compares to federal law? Are you interested in finding out about how to overcome recalcitrant Commonwealth bureaucrats? Want to know how the pandemic is affecting records requests? Join the Virginia Pro and Washington, D.C., Pro chapters of the Society of Professional Journalists forContinue reading “‘Find out about FOIA in Virginia’ on Nov. 10 (update)”
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE CONTACT: Robyn Sidersky President, Virginia Pro Chapter SPJ Phone: (954) 296-4407 Email: email@example.com http://www.spjva.com Buy tickets here. Ress to Receive 2016 George Mason Award RICHMOND, VA – (Oct 12, 2016) – Dave Ress, an investigative reporter with The Daily Press (Newport News), has been selected as recipient of the 2016 George MasonContinue reading “Ress to receive 2016 George Mason Award”