New York Post Long Island reporter Kieran Crowley has written four non-fiction books, including ‚ÄúThe Surgeon‚Äôs Wife,‚Äù which made it onto the New York Times Best Sellers List. Now he‚Äôll be releasing a fiction novel.
Madore originally intended to be a lawyer, but after a miserable experience with the LSAT and a conversation with his mother, he was back on the journalism track. Now he's Newsday's Albany bureau chief.
This is a note was sent out by the Stony Brook Statesman, a student-run independent newspaper at Stony Brook University that recently had its funding drastically cut by the Stony Brook University student government, putting the paper's future in jeopardy.
The Press Club of Long Island, the local chapter of the national Society of Professional Journalists, joined with Hofstra University's Communications Department to hold a panel discussion on journalistic ethics in an age of social media.
Co-hosted by The Deadline Club and the the Connecticut and New Jersey professional SPJ chapters, the muyst attend event, themed Surviving the Storm: How to Weather the Tough Times in Journalism, will feature media recruiters, career guidance, professional development, resume critiques and much, much more!