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What is St. Louis’ impact on media history?

This year, St. Louis turns 250, and in recognition the February News at Noon panel discussion, co-sponsored by the Missouri History Museum, will examine the region’s contributions to the media industry. Panel members include: Johnny Rabbitt (Ron Elz), a radio … Continue reading

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St. Louis SPJ forges ‘News at Noon’ partnership with Missouri History Museum

SPJ’s St. Louis Pro Chapter recently formed a partnership with the Missouri History Museum to talk to SPJ members, museum members and the public about news, views and events in media. The discussions will be part of a monthly program … Continue reading

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St. Louis Journalism Review seeks writers from across central U.S.

Looking for freelance work? Or just a place to write? The St. Louis Journalism Review, a fixture on the Missouri media landscape since 1970, is expanding its reach to include media news and views across 16 states, and it needs … Continue reading

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SPJ to discuss the St. Louis Journalism Review at its September luncheon

Summer’s almost over, and that means it’s time for SPJ to resume its always interesting and informative lunch sessions. We’ll get rolling with a session focusing on the venerable St. Louis Journalism Review. The publication has been analyzing the local … Continue reading

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