The Central Ohio Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists will join the student chapter at Ohio State University Thursday, Oct. 2, to host a free discussion about Ethics in the Media and SPJ’s new Code of Ethics, featuring Kevin Z. Smith, Central…
Kevin Smith, a member of our board and deputy director of the Kiplinger Program in Public Affairs Journalism at The Ohio State University, received the Wells Memorial Key Award, SPJ’s highest honor, at the national convention in Nashville last week.…
It is with sadness that we report the death of one of central Ohio’s most-cherished and revered communicators, Lou Fabro, also a former president of our chapter and a longtime SPJ member and supporter. R.I.P., Lou.
You are invited to attend the Ohio State Bar Association Law and Media Conference 2014. When: Friday, Oct. 10, 2014 Where: Ohio State Bar Association 1700 Lake Shore Dr., Columbus, Ohio 43204 (off W. 5th Ave., just W. of Rt. 33)…
Roy Enakshi, a Ph.D. Student at the W.E. Scripps School of Journalism, Ohio University, is conducting an online survey regarding a data-mining tool that gives users a better understanding of their followers (demography and what they are interested in) to…
The Main Street Free Press Museum in association with the Society of Professional Journalists, Central Ohio Chapter invite you to a free discussion Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014, 7:15 p.m. during the annual Fredericktown Tomato Show Keeping the Readers’ Trust Featuring Ohio’s Last…
Over the past three months, the board of directors made four appointments to replace members who resigned.
Board member Phil Rudell represented the chapter at the SPJ national convention in Anaheim, Calif., last month. Here’s the report he filed with the board at its Sept. 9 meeting.
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Ohio journalists, lawyers, judges and academics are invited to attend to discuss media law issues at the 2013 Ohio State Bar Association Law and Media Conference.
In the wake of the U.S. Department of Justice’s secret seizure of Associated Press phone records and the Edward Snowden-NSA leaks, the Main Street Free Press Museum is presenting the panel discussion “Who’s Watching Whom?” at 7:15 p.m. on Sept. 5 in Fredericktown.