‘Harnessing The Cool’ In Search Of New Audiences

Scripps ABC affiliate KNXV Phoenix is expanding its social reach with an unusual partnership with Arizona State University’s Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.


Future Broadcasters Get Scholarship Funds From Massachusetts Broadcasters

SPJ, CMA, ACP Set 2022 Conference Partnership

The Society of Professional Journalists, College Media Association and Associated Collegiate Press have come to an agreement to partner for the 2022 conference. All three boards voted to approve finalizing details. “I couldn’t be more excited about partnering with ACP and CMA,” SPJ National President Matthew T. Hall said. “Emerging journalists are not just the future of journalism, they’re the […]

RTDNF Awards $30,000+ To 2021 Scholars And Fellows


Journalism’s Broken Talent Pipeline

We should all be deeply concerned. Our country’s top journalism schools have become a critical training ground for the next generation of newsroom leaders, but none of these programs seem to be focused on teaching students how to conduct user research, find product market fit, design and develop products, acquire customers and sell their products —  everything that’s required for a media company, or creator, to operate and survive on the Internet today.

Hearst College National Championship Winners Announced

Winning college journalists in the National Writing, Photojournalism, Audio, Television and Multimedia Championships were announced on June 14 by the William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Journalism Awards Program. The Hearst Championships are the culmination of the 2020-21 Journalism Awards Program, which were held in 104 member universities of the Association of Schools of Journalism and Mass […]

University Of West Georgia Establishes School Of Communication, Film And Media

Supporting increased opportunities in emerging disciplines, the University of West Georgia has created the School of Communication, Film and Media, effective July 1. UWG President Dr. Brendan Kelly said the creation of the new school at UWG, to be led by inaugural dean Dr. Brad Yates, is a significant marker of the university’s commitment to […]

Fox News Awards Annual Charles Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship

Applying For A TV News Job? Here’s Everything You Need To Know

SPJ Announces Collegiate Journalism Mark Of Excellence Awards Winners

This J-School Is Old. Its First Diversity & Inclusion Chair Is New

Scripps Howard Foundation Announces 2021 Class Of Journalism Fellows

The Scripps Howard Foundation has selected four journalists for the 2021 class of its Scripps Howard Fellowship program. The Scripps Howard Fellows were selected from approximately 400 applicants to complete the yearlong program, which will run from June 2021 through May 2022. “As part of our mission, we are focused on preparing the next generation […]

Scripps Howard Foundation Awards $600,000 To Support Diversity In Journalism

As part of its commitment to advance equity, diversity and inclusion within the journalism industry, the Scripps Howard Foundation has selected the University of North Texas and Elon University as the recipients of grants from its new program for emerging journalists. The foundation, the philanthropic organization of The E.W. Scripps Co., has awarded a total of […]

Hearst Television News Winners Named

The William Randolph Hearst Foundation announced the top 10 winners of its 2020-21 Television News Competition. The winners were selected from 77 entries submitted from 48 schools nationwide in the second television competition of this academic year. First Place has been awarded to Katelyn Keenehan, a senior from Arizona State University. She wins a $3,000 scholarship and automatically qualifies […]

Meet The Man Who Defied Skeptics To Build A Journalism School In Record Time

50 New Tools And Resources For Journalists

Medill At 100 Marks ‘Monumental Milestone’

How To Get Started Teaching Journalism

Janet Coats Named Managing Director Of Consortium On Trust In Media And Technology

The University of Florida has appointed news industry veteran Janet Coats managing director of the Consortium on Trust in Media and Technology (CTMT), a multidisciplinary initiative launched to understand the dynamics that have undermined the trustworthiness of content and information disseminated via technology. Coats has been at the forefront of the seismic shifts in journalism and information […]

RTDNF Names 2020 Ed Bradley Scholar

New Syracuse Dean Details SU’s TV News Connection

Mark Lodato, the new dean of the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, brings a deep background of local TV news and university teaching and administration experience to the position.

RJI Accepting Applications For 15th Fellowship Class Of Innovators

Hub Brown Named Dean Of U. Fla. College Of Journalism And Communications

Hub Brown, associate dean and associate professor at the Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, has been named dean of the University of Florida College of Journalism and Communications, UF Provost Joe Glover announced. Brown will assume his new position on July 1, 2021. He succeeds Diane McFarlin, who will retire at the […]

Ruptly Launches Free Online Course To Get Budding Reporters Newsroom-Ready

Ruptly, the award-winning international news and media agency, today announces the launch of Ruptly Academy, a free virtual school that aims to discover and mentor the next generation of journalism talent. Ruptly Academy’s first program, a free 10-week course in Practical Journalism, will begin on Oct. 29 and applications are now open. It will feature […]

Scripps Howard Foundation Establishes Roy W. Howard Fellowships

A $1.5 million commitment will support career development for investigative journalists at the Howard Centers for Investigative Journalism at Arizona State University and the University of Maryland.

It’s Time For Journalism Educators To Rethink ‘Objectivity’ And Teach More About Context

RTDNF names 2020 Carole Simpson Scholar

The Upcoming Journalism School Overhaul

Three forces will contribute to a profound evolution in the way journalism is taught. The brutal consequences of the COVID crisis are just one of them.

Medill To launch Metro Media Lab To Boost Local News

ASU Looks Into Student Complaints Of Racism By New Journalism School Dean

Nation’s Journalism Schools Win $89,000 In Prizes

Five universities shared prizes totaling $89,000 as this year’s winners of the Intercollegiate Writing, Photojournalism, Broadcast and Multimedia Competitions of the 60th annual Hearst Journalism Awards Program. The 2019-20 prizes are awarded to the top universities in each division of the Intercollegiate Competitions, with the top ten of each category receiving Hearst trophies. Often called “The […]

The Upcoming Journalism School Overhaul

‘PBS NewsHour’ Launches Jim Lehrer Journalism Fellowship

Fox News Announces Winners of First Krauthammer Memorial Scholarship

Hearst Television News Winners Named

The top 10 winners in Television News have been announced in the 60th annual William Randolph Hearst Foundation’s Journalism Awards Program. The winners were selected from 74 entries submitted from 45 schools nationwide in the second and final TV competition held this academic year. First Place has been awarded to Payton Tysinger, a rising senior from University of North Carolina […]

Brechner Center Establishes New Reporting Fellowship

COVID-19 is having a significant financial impact on U.S. newsrooms, at a time when accurate, unvarnished reporting is more critical than ever. As a result, the University of Florida’s Brechner Center for Freedom of Information announced today the launch of Brechner Reporting Fellows, 10 fellowships for professional journalists experiencing financial hardship due to COVID-19. Fellows will be […]


Journalism Schools: Relevance Vs. Cost

In the United States, J-Schools are too expensive when taking into account the economics of the profession. By and large, teaching media skills needs an urgent reinvention.


Journalism Schools: Relevance Vs. Cost

TVN, BEA Choose ‘Disrupt the News’ Winners

California State University Fullerton won TVNewsCheck‘s second annual contest aimed at showing broadcasters how younger viewers want to see TV news presented, and will accept the award at BEA’s annual convention during April’s NAB Show.

What Newsrooms Owe Student Journalists