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Everybody has a story for Steve Hartman

January 2, 2018

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Steve Hartman of CBS News is one of the best storytellers working today. For years, he has produced quirky, fun profiles from across the country, always bringing out the best in everyone he interviews. Read this 2002 Q&A with...

SPLC: Know Your Rights: Copyright and Fair Use

September 26, 2017

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The SPLC's Q&A regarding copyright and fair use is a good reminder for all journalism advisers and students at the start of the school year.   Q: Can we copy and publish material that we find through an online ...

Northeastern grad’s top 5 reporting lessons from Liberia

August 3, 2017

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The New York Times BY ANERI PATTANI JULY 11, 2017 Aneri Pattani, a recent graduate of Northeastern University, is the winner of Nicholas Kristof’s annual win-a-trip contest. She traveled with the New York Times reporter ...

Three hours recharges your program

August 3, 2017

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Schooljournalism.org Christina Geabhart, MJE, journalism adviser at Oak Park High School, KC, Mo. • July 10, 2017  I have heard of teachers who have had a lot of success with three-day or five-day boot camps, workshops, etc. with thei...

COMMENTARY vs. JOURNALISM: Are journalists biased?

Michelle Turner, JEA 2016 Broadcast Adviser of the Year

August 3, 2017

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Michelle Turner, Washington High School, Washington, MO JEA 2016 Broadcast Adviser of the Year • July 23, 2017  A recent poll by Gallup reports that 62 percent of Americans believe journalists are biased in the arena ...

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