Editor Therapy chat this week was about planning annual newspaper editions. Here’s an overview of the chat.
Editors at Oklahoma State University’s student newspaper responded to concerns from the campus community, including their faculty, about last week’s controversial headline. What do you think of their response?
The Daily O’Collegian at Oklahoma State University pushed ethical boundaries this week with a feature headline. What do you think of The O’Colly’s decision?
Content management programs are a necessity for today’s college media because they allow student staffs to update simply from multiple locations. Most student media outlets initially outsourced their content management. But, as these systems become more mainstream, student media are attempting to “go out on their own.” This prompts regular discussion among advisers regarding who […]
Student Publications adviser provides formatting theory and tips for writing cutlines.
Seattle Post-Intelligencer is first major metropolitan newspaper to go online only.