Category Archives: social media

FREE Facebook Training for Journalists!

St. Louis SPJ will host a Facebook training program through the national Society of Professional Journalists and the Facebook Journalism Project. This program will allow journalists to learn more about ways to use Facebook for engaging the public, creating and sharing works … Continue reading

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Our year in review here at St. Louis SPJ

The St. Louis Pro chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists submitted our annual report to the national organization at the end of May. We’re happy to say our report was accepted and our charter renewed for another year. Whew. … Continue reading

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Coming this Saturday: SPJ Student Boot Camp!

Calling student journalists! Come learn from the pros at the St. Louis Society of Professional Journalists’ Student Boot Camp! Sessions include investigative reporting, the skills you need to land a job, online journalism, making it as a freelancer, research and the … Continue reading

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SPJ freelancer in Iraq reaches Kickstarter goal

A Kickstarter campaign to help purchase protective gear for an SPJ-member freelance journalist from St. Louis reporting in Iraq has reached its goal, but more help is needed. “Keep Us Alive Covering Conflict in the Middle East” surpassed its $3,000 … Continue reading

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