SPJ-LA chapter is holding an Ethics and Entertainment Panel at the Beverly Hills Public Library on March 25 on the ethical guidelines of reporting the arrests and legal battles of Hollywood's biggest stars in the age of TMZ, blogs and the Internet.
Apply for an expense-paid fellowship for digital journalists sponsored by the Knight Digital Media Center at USC. See note below from the center’s director: I`m coming to you looking for help in finding the right places to find the right people for something new we`re trying this year — a
Who Knows You? Breaking into the World of Freelancing By Joyce Chen In journalism, it isn’t so much who you know as it is who knows you. At the Asian American Journalists Association Los Angeles’ freelance workshop, held at the Los Angeles Times on Jan. 10, four panelists spoke about
WriteGirl, the creative writing and mentoring program that pairs at-risk teen girls with professional women writers, will hold its 3rd annual Bold Ink Awards, which celebrates women whose creative work speaks with an empowering voice. The event is on Thursday, January 29 at Fox Studios: 7:00 pm – reception and
Contact: Claudia Peschiutta, SPJ/LA (323) 228-8230 RING IN THE NEW YEAR WITH SPJ-LA’S JANUARY MIXER! MONDAY, JANUARY 19 It’s a new year but the big California story hasn’t changed…the state’s growing budget deficit. It’s a complicated issue, so get yourself a drink and get your questions answered at the Society
Do you want a career in print, TV, radio, or new media? Are you in journalism school and want to find out how to get your foot in the door? Or are you just curious to find out how the industry works? Come to our panel featuring professionals in the journalism
POSTPONED: Saturday’s freelance workshop The workshop on careers in freelance journalism scheduled for tomorrow (11/15) has been postponed due to the Proposition 8 protest. We plan to reschedule the event. E-mail email@example.com if you have any questions.
AAJA-LA board members Frank Buckley and David Ono, along with members Susan Hirasuna and Gordon Tokumatsu, were among the media broadcasters honored at the Japanese American Cultural and Community Center anniversary awards dinner. The event, held at the Omni Hotel in Los Angeles on June 1, marked the 28th anniversary of the