RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Journalism

A collection of news and information related to Journalism published by this site and its partners.

Top Journalism Articles

Displaying items 67-77
  • Barbara Walters On Her Retirement and Big Changes at 'The View'

    Barbara Walters is known for turning her interviews into sob sessions, but as she exits the business she's known all her life, she's determined not to do that. When the legendary broadcaster retires next month at age 84 from ABC's "The View," following...
  • PASSINGS: Charles Sumner 'Chuck' Stone Jr., John Pinette

    Charles Sumner 'Chuck' Stone Jr. Columnist and educator helped found association for black journalists Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr., 89, a longtime journalist and educator who was one of the founders of the National Assn. of Black Journalists,...
  • O, Miami at New World Center: Poetry, writ large

    O, Miami at New World Center: Poetry, writ large
    Pulitzer Prize winner Robert Hass was among the most public of United States poet laureates when he took “the very odd job” in the 1990s, saying he wanted “to go where poets don’t go.” On Saturday evening he will take...
  • At NAB Show, Broadcasting Bigwigs Call for New TV Standard to Reach All Devices

    Las Vegas -- National Assn. of Broadcasters president and CEO Gordon Smith and Univision chairman Haim Saban issued a call for a new broadcast standard that would put television on all platforms and devices. Smith and Saban, speaking at the opening...
  • Chuck Stone, professor and pioneering journalist, dies at 89

    Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr., a pioneering black journalist and an influential journalism professor at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, died Sunday at 89. Stone was remembered by his colleagues as a gifted teacher who shared...
  • READER SUBMITTED: Susan Campbell To Speak In Tolland May 5

    Susan Campbell, an award-winning journalist and author, will speak Monday, May 5 about her new biography of Isabella Beecher Hooker as part of the Tolland Public Library Foundation's popular Eaton-Dimock-King Authors Series. Campbell, a former longtime...
  • Chuck Stone, journalist and teacher, dies at 89

    Charles Sumner "Chuck" Stone Jr., a pioneering black journalist and an influential journalism professor, died Sunday at 89. Stone was remembered by his colleagues as a gifted teacher who shared insights with students based on his extensive career as a...
  • The slain journalist who did her best work in George W. Bush's war

    German photojournalist Anja Niedringhaus was already a success by any measure when her assignment for the Associated Press took her to Iraq to cover George W. Bush's misbegotten war. She had already spent more than a decade covering conficts —...
  • It will never be over

    Weary as you must be about the back-and-forth about the Associated Press Stylebook's abandonment of the over/more than distinction, I have found what may be a locus classicus of bad argument in favor of the superstition.  At Mahsable, Alex Hazlett and...
  • Two killed in news helicopter crash in Seattle

    SEATTLE — A television news helicopter had just taken off from its rooftop perch Tuesday morning when it came crashing down into the street and exploded in flames, killing the pilot and an Emmy-Award-winning photojournalist on board as horrified...
  • Mexican authorities bungled case of slain journalist, group says

    MEXICO CITY -- Journalists investigating the recent slaying of one of their colleagues said Wednesday that they have found a slew of mistakes, omissions and bad policing that undermine government claims that the man was killed as part of a personal...