If you want to work in media or be a strong professional writer, you must have a solid grasp of AP Style because it is the standard writing format for all media practitioners.
Changes outlined in the 2016 Associated Press Stylebook, including the adoption of 250 new or revised entries, went into effect in June. This post outlines some of the changes already released.
Just when you think you know the AP Stylebook, they change it. The AP announced changes today for the 2016 Stylebook, including that Internet and Web no longer will be capitalized.
Instagram can help you reach more than half of your student media audience. Are you using it as well as possible? Here are my tips for using Instagram for student media promotion.
Lightning and lightening might sound similar, but they are not the same. This post outlines the difference, so you can go forth and use words correctly.
I don’t always automatically know the answers to my students’ grammar questions. I had to look up whether freshman class or freshmen class was correct. Here’s the answer for you.
Do you capitalize that title or not? This post teaches you where to place the academic title in relation to a person’s name and whether the title should be capitalized.
If you’re writing at a university or on an education beat, you’ll reference academic departments. Here’s how to do it correctly.