Category Archives: guest journalists

A visit with Chinese journalists

St. Louis SPJ board members and a group of Chinese journalists, media professionals and academics recently met on June 18, to talk about media in the U.S. Chapter President Elizabeth Donald and Vice President Tammy Merrett fielded questions about what … Continue reading

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Ten years after surviving Kirkwood shooting, reporter pens novel about his experience

Todd Allen Smith is a former reporter for the Suburban Journals, among other midwestern outlets, and a former board member for the St. Louis Society of Professional Journalists. He has been shot twice, 10 years apart, and with each bullet that … Continue reading

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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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Journalists from Baltics to visit St. Louis, discuss Ferguson

What do 12 journalists from the Baltic States and the Society of Professional Journalists have in common? Ferguson. The journalists — four each from Estonia, Latvia, and Lithuania — will visit with members of the St. Louis Pro Chapter of … Continue reading

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