Historical Marker for First Long Island Newspaper Unveiled in Sag Harbor

A historical marker honoring the publisher of Long Island’s first newspaper was unveiled in Sag Harbor on Wednesday, June 6. The marker commemorates David Frothingham, who published Frothingham’s Long-Island Herald from 1791 to 1796. The marker on Main Street is sponsored by the Press Club of Long Island, which collaborated with the Sag Harbor Historical Society […]

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Brinton: Journalism might be bruised, but it lives

PCLI Vice President Scott Brinton recently wrote a column for Herald Newspapers after he attended the SPJ Region 1 Conference in Philadelphia. Of late I’ve heard so much at newspaper conferences about how we journalists do an awful job of defending our profession. For decades, politicians, egged on by corporate lobbyists, have screamed of liberal […]

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Press Club of Long Island to Honor Top Journalists, Announces 2018 Long Island Journalism Hall of Fame Inductees

The Press Club of Long Island will announce the winners of its annual journalism awards at a dinner at Woodbury Country Club on Thursday, June 7. The latest inductees in the Long Island Journalism Hall of Fame and winner of the Robert W. Greene Public Service Award will also be honored at the dinner. Doors open […]

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PCLI Hosts Inside Look at the ‘GONE’ Murder Mystery

The Times Review will discuss their recent investigation on the disappearance and murder of Riverhead resident Louise Pietrewicz in 1966.

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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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