Donna Brazile, interim chairwoman of the Democratic National Committee, opened the annual Associated Collegiate Press National College Media Convention in D.C. with a challenge to student journalists.
Editorials are difficult to write. This post will help you think more strategically about how to generate editorial ideas, agree on a stance, determine who will write them, and execute them professionally.
Writing editorials is tough. Here is some help from a recent #EditorTherapy chat on the subject.
Sometimes writers just need a little nudge (read: push) to get their stuff done. Candace Baltz, director of the Orange Media Network, tells you how.
Creating a content removal policy for your student media outlet, if you don’t have one already, makes it easier to know how to deal with content removal requests.
Writers will be criticized. At least we know they’re reading.
We can’t assume that everyone on our campus is having the same experience, yet we tend to go on further than the members of our non-diverse staffs to determine what’s news at our universities. Here’s how to diversify your coverage and be more inclusive in your reporting.
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.