Tag 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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News at Noon explores the legal hazards of social media

Social media once was merely social. Now, it’s a tool for gathering news and reading it, too. But with this transition comes concern about new media’s place next to old media and whether the same legal limits apply to both. … Continue reading

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Ask Congress to ‘Raise the Shield.’ Now

St. Louis Pro chapter members and others who support journalists in protecting their sources from government interference are asked to act immediately and contact their U.S. senators. The reason: Congress is considering the Free Flow of Information Act, and it’s … Continue reading

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Chapter president is SPJ’s national volunteer of the month

David Sheets, president of the SPJ St. Louis Pro chapter, is SPJ’s national volunteer of the month for April. He is a writer and editor for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and its electronic alter ego STLtoday.com. David is a regular … Continue reading

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