Category Archives: ethics

Gateway Journalism Review to host Ted Koppel (by recording) and David Yepsen

The fifth annual Gateway Journalism Review benefit will take place at 6 p.m. April 21 at Edward Jones Headquarters in Des Peres. Keynote speakers are ABC Nightline anchor Ted Koppel and David Yepsen, veteran political reporter and director of the Paul … Continue reading

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St. Louis SPJ condemns attacks on the press in Ferguson

As confrontations between protesters and police continue in Ferguson, the St. Louis Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists condemns all attacks on the press, including the arrest of two reporters Wednesday. According to multiple news stories, St. Louis County … Continue reading

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Early registration for Region 7 Spring Conference ends today

Today is the last day for early registration for the Society of Professional Journalists’ Region 7 Spring Conference, scheduled for April 25-26 at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kan. The student registration rate is $50 through today, while the SPJ member … Continue reading

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News at Noon explores lockdown at Kirkwood High School

When an undercover KSDK (Channel 5) reporter walked unchallenged into Kirkwood High School, triggering a lockdown, the media became the news story. KSDK’s visit was one of five made by the television station to schools in the region, according to the Webster-Kirkwood … Continue reading

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