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Coming up: Audio training for experienced journalists – FREE!

A great announcement from our friends at St. Louis Public Radio offers a terrific opportunity for experienced journalists to expand and hone their skills. From Holly Edgell at SLPR: As part of the grant that is funding the Sharing America public … Continue reading

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SPJ St. Louis commends journalists reporting on Ferguson

Glass. Gas. Bricks. Rocks. Flames. Freezing temperatures. Fear. Rage. These are among the many obstacles St. Louis-area journalists struggled against Monday to report on grand jury findings in the Michael Brown shooting and subsequent civic outrage. The journalists rushed into … Continue reading

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News at Noon explores lockdown at Kirkwood High School

When an undercover KSDK (Channel 5) reporter walked unchallenged into Kirkwood High School, triggering a lockdown, the media became the news story. KSDK’s visit was one of five made by the television station to schools in the region, according to the Webster-Kirkwood … Continue reading

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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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