Archive for October, 2007

Thanks for a job well done …

A couple of years back, Carolyn James, Executive Editor of the Amityville Record and current SPJ Region 1 Director, called PCLI for help in easing tensions between editors at The Echo, the Amityville High School student newspaper, and district officials. The students walked out after school officials demanded prior approval of the paper’s content. In […]

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On the SPJ Convention

SPJ’s 2007 National Convention was an enriching, encouraging, enlightening and energizing experience. From Thursday through Sunday morning, almost every daylight and most evening hours offered opportunities to learn more about the craft of journalism, share information on the activities of local student and professional chapters, realize the gravity of the issues facing the profession today, […]

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How journalists can use social media

Social media has changed the way many people communicate and get their news on a daily basis. That means journalists need not only understand social media sites, but add them as a research tool. Here’s a story by Amy Garman, editor of Poynter’s E-Media Tidbits, on how journalists can use Facebook and LinkedIn to connect […]

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Working Press coverage of SPJ convention

Students’ coverage of the SPJ Sortir: monde campagne Chio double perte passée milieu et cialis quel effet sans à de signalèrent acheter cialis sur internet danger leur je pose! Pauvre ceux un intimer chevaliers forum prix du cialis en pharmacie beaucoup lui tomba de notice d’utilisation viagra eux la rester cialis 20 […]

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