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St. Louis SPJ condemns attacks on the press in Ferguson

As confrontations between protesters and police continue in Ferguson, the St. Louis Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists condemns all attacks on the press, including the arrest of two reporters Wednesday. According to multiple news stories, St. Louis County … 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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SPJ discusses social media with local experts

Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and Storify. How can today’s journalists keep track of all these ever-evolving social media options and turn them into useful reporting tools? The St. Louis Pro Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will feature local … Continue reading

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Learn how to create, develop your online ‘brand’

How do you make a name for yourself in these days of online overload, with journalists, bloggers, commenters and everyone else with access to the Internet competing for attention? Many successful “web-eneurs” have established a personal brand and, with the … Continue reading

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