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Images of War

By Casey Bukro

James Foley was an American photojournalist who captured the gruesome images of savage warfare, until he became one of those images himself. 458 more words

Ethical Standards

Retracing Chester Wells' Last Ride

On September 1, 1913, Chester Wells boarded a train in Freeport and headed to Madison for an appointment with his doctor. It was the last time anyone in Freeport saw him alive. 715 more words

TV News: Branching Out

So after re-reading my reasoning for starting a blog, I said the first week would be to research my topic, which I had. I found out about what drives television news (essentially money… and the… 694 more words

The news from Ferguson, Missouri

A journalist is ordered to stop filming cops and thrown against a machine as he is handcuffed for doing so.

Another journalist, also arrested, is slammed into a glass door on the way out of a restaurant. 115 more words

First Amendment

Ethics of Social Media in News

Join us for a discussion in Wilmington on Monday, Aug. 4, about SPJ’s proposed Ethics Code revisions, with guest speaker and SPJ board member Paul Fletcher… 64 more words

Spj Delaware

Claims that Obama Administration the most transparent in history

What a laugh. On Sunday, the White House stood by President Obama’s position that he continues to be the most transparent president in U.S. history, despite widespread complaints from journalists and other Americans about a lack of information or apparent misinformation. 374 more words

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