The Society of Professional Journalists, the nation’s most broad-based journalism organization, is planning the journalism-training event of the year. The 2010 SPJ Convention & National Journalism Conference, Oct. 3-5 in Las Vegas, is the industry event for all journalists in all forms of media. The conference, at the Planet Hollywood Resort & Casino,
SPJ-LA: Journalism Ethics in a Post-Journalism World: How to Regain Your Career Without Losing Your Soul, April 29
Society of Professional Journalists”Journalism Ethics in a Post-Journalism World: How to Regain Your Career Without Losing Your Soul” In the continually shifting media landscape – and particularly in today’s brutal economy – more and more reporters and editors are finding themselves forced to contemplate or confront an unplanned and often
L.A. Press Club Hosts Hands-On Twitter Workshop with Mark BriggsMark Briggs is a social media expert and author of the book, Journalism 2.0 Hollywood, CA. The Los Angeles Press Club is hosting a special hands-on Twitter workshop this Thursday tonight with Mark Briggs. The social media expert will show how
These are tough times for journalists. Whether you have a job or you're looking for one, you probably need a drink! So mark your calendar for Saturday, March 28 for good times at J Restaurant & Lounge in downtown LA! The Asian American Journalists Association and The Society of Professional
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.
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
The Greater Los Angeles chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists invites you to join us on Monday, Nov. 24, for a panel discussion with a journalist, filmmaker and researcher on the media’s coverage of race while reporting crime and violence. Our speakers include: — Celeste Fremon, writer for Witness