Monthly Archives: June 2013

News at Noon explores the legal hazards of social media

Social media once was merely social. Now, it’s a tool for gathering news and reading it, too. But with this transition comes concern about new media’s place next to old media and whether the same legal limits apply to both. … Continue reading

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SLU student is recipient of first Joe Pollack scholarship

A St. Louis University student is the first recipient of the Joe Pollack scholarship established by the St. Louis Media History Foundation. Tabitha Williams, a 2012 graduate of Mehlville High, studies occupational therapy. The $4,000 award she will receive honors the former St. … Continue reading

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LGBT issues are focus of panel discussion

Journalists reporting lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender issues navigate polarized opinions, comments that fuel intolerance and discrimination and terminology that some people find offensive. At this month’s “News at Noon” speaker series, a panel discussion addresses how reporters approach topics … Continue reading

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