Category: Journalism

Photo Editors Please, or At Least Visual Awareness (Updated)

It seems that I am on a multi-year rant about my local news organization. I pay my subscription, I read it every day online, spend time with the delivered Sunday edition and I truly appreciate that they are severely understaffed. That the depth of their coverage has suffered is sad and I do not find fault with the individual journalists...

This Week in Athens: First Amendment Issues, Copyright Registrations Workshop

Big things happening this week … Friday, January 22: First Amendment Issues in Public Spaces – This event is jointly hosted by Grady College and the National Press Photographers Association with generous support from the Sinclair Broadcast Group and will feature multiple panels and discussions prompted by the events at the University of Missouri in November. Panelists will include the...

UGA Student Part of SPJ Georgia Award for Investigative Journalism

Congratulations to University of Georgia’s Henry W. Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication Visual Journalism student Taylor Carpenter for co-winning the 2015 Larry Peterson Memorial Award for Investigative Journalism as part of the Georgia News Lab initiative. The full release: (SAVANNAH, GEORGIA) – The Society of Professional Journalists – Georgia and the Savannah Morning News will celebrate its first...