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'Times' Chronicling Documentarians Spring for Park Slope Townhouse for $3.2M

Have you heard? Creative types are being priced out of Brooklyn! Some of them have gone so far as to move to the Bronx, Queens–even back to Manhattan! 317 more words


Rest in peace, David Carr.

I was very sad to hear of New York Times columnist David Carr’s sudden death last night at the age of 58. Carr was well-known as one of the first and best advocates for new media in his Media Equation column. 76 more words

"The trick is to be grateful and hope the caper doesn't end soon." - David Carr (1956 - 2015)

I’m sure that I’d been reading David Carr for years without paying much attention to his byline. Then two things happened in quick succession in 2011 — I saw the wonderfully engaging documentary PAGE ONE: INSIDE THE NEW YORK TIMES, and I read Carr’s memoir, … 460 more words

The New York Times: Still Surviving

Since its first publication in 1851, The New York Times has long been one of the most reliable and well circulated newspapers in America.  However, as portrayed in the documentary, … 458 more words

The best journalism films as voted for by Press Gazette readers

Following on from the success of our list of the best journalism books ahead of Christmas, this week we asked our 34,000-plus Twitter followers what their favourite journalism films were. 925 more words

Press Release

The 2013 SPJ Movie Night!

Time: 6 – 8:30 p.m.
Cost: Free
Location:  UWM Campus Englemann Hall West room 105 


After the movie we’ll be discussing what the future of journalism looks like with two experts who have spent a lot of time in journalism. 67 more words



Amanda Connolly meets a modern icon of journalism, who has survived drug and alcohol addiction, a battle with cancer, and single parenthood – David Carr, of the New York Times… 1,623 more words