Category Archives: new media

‘Then I Knew,’ News-Democrat documentary screening/community forum on April 25

A documentary project produced by the Belleville News-Democrat, ‘Then I Knew’ examines race and identity by asking African-Americans about the first time they realized that the color of their skin could affect the way they are treated. Reporter Cara Anthony … Continue reading

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Google Tools Workshop coming up – FREE

Time to hone up those Google skills and learn about the tools Google has developed for journalists! Journalists and students have the opportunity for a FREE workshop in Google Tools on Saturday, Dec. 5 at St. Louis University. Holly Edgell, … Continue reading

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Drone demonstration spurs lofty discussion

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St. Louis media merger is the talk of the town

The face of independent local news changed this month when the nonprofit St. Louis Beacon and St. Louis Public Radio merged. But how will local news look as a result? Does the merger chart a course for the rest of … Continue reading

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