Student journalists are thankful for many things this holiday season, including, of course, press freedom and pie.
Student media staffs tend to lose some staffers from semester to semester. This post includes lessons on how to retain quality staffers.
Working with friends can make your college media experience better… or worse. This week’s #EditorTherapy is about how to successfully work with friends.
The first #EditorTherapy chat was this week. The topic was time management. This post includes highlights and a summary of the chat.
#EditorTherapy is a new chat for student media editors and student journalists. Its purpose is to provide editors with guidance for dealing with job-related issues.
As the Fourth Estate, a key role of media is to watchdog those in power. The presentation featured in this post provides student journalists with tips on how to best cover their closest power source—their student governments.
Actively sharing great content on your social channels will create a stronger relationship between your media outlet and your existing audience. It also will help you grow your audience. But strategic social sharing doesn’t happen by accident. It requires you to understand your audience and diligently search for content they want and need. Here are 12 types of content for student media to share socially.