Press Club Hosts Community Journalism Forum

The Press Club of Long Island hosted its second annual talk, “Why a Community Newspaper Is a Great Place to Start — and Make — a Career in Journalism,” at Stony Brook University on April 5. The panel featured two of Long Island’s most distinguished community journalists, along with an SBU graduate who recently began their […]

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Covering the Trump Campaign and White House

The Press Club of Long Island hosted a panel on “Covering the Trump Campaign and White House,” on March 29, 2018. The panel included: Emily Ngo, Newsday reporter who covered the first year of the Trump  administration James Klurfeld, Stony Brook University journalism professor who teaches “Press and the Presidency,” is former Newsday White House reporter, editorial […]

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John Kominicki, LI Journalism Hall of Famer, dies at 62

The Press Club of Long Island is sad to learn about the passing of John Kominicki. He died this week after a brief battle with stomach cancer. He was 62. Kominicki, who was most recently publisher of Long Island Press, had served as publisher of Long Island Business News for 15 years, and was inducted […]

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2018 SPJ Region 1 Conference: Philly, April 20-22

For those anxiously awaiting information about the 2018 SPJ Region 1 Conference … it will take place April 20-22 at Temple University in Philadelphia. There will be a mixer on Friday evening with regular workshops and lecture sessions on Saturday, as well as the annual Mark of Excellence Awards and auction.  Sessions will continue on […]

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Interested in PCLI Poetry Slam? Speak Up!

Long Island has been home to a number of the great journalist/poets, including William Cullen Bryant and Walt Whitman. The Press Club of Long Island is interested in hosting a poetry slam by journalists for journalists. Open up your creativity and speak your mind in a prolific and passionate way like never before. If you’re […]

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