Chris Wallace Wins Poynter Lifetime Achievement Award

PolitiFact Moves Headquarters To Poynter Institute

Koch Grants To ASNE, Poynter Ignite Criticism

Poynter, Koch Foundation Create College Journo Program

Drone Training Initiative To Launch In Spring

The National Press Photographers Association, the Poynter Institute, Google News Lab, Drone Journalism Lab,and DJI have unveiled an innovative program to train journalists in using drones, or unmanned aerial systems, for their news coverage. The program, which features hands-on workshops and online teaching, is powered by the Google News Lab.

Roy Peter Clark Retiring From Poynter After 40 Yrs.

Poynter, Duke Set Automated Fact-Checking Session

Poynter Reports $2.26M Operating Loss For 2014

CNN’s Katie Hawkins-Gaar Joins Poynter Faculty

Poynter Institute Posts $3.5 million Loss For 2013

Poynter President Outlines New Strategic Direction

Journalism Needs Right Skills To Survive

Despite the economic imperatives facing the media industry, professional journalists lag behind educators and others in rating the importance of multimedia and other digital storytelling skills, the Poynter Institute’s Core Skills for the Future of Journalism has found. The new research findings will be discussed in a free webinar at 2 p.m. today.

Poynter Taps Timothy Franklin As President

Timothy Franklin, managing editor of Bloomberg News in Washington, will become Poynter’s fifth president since the institute was founded in 1975. He succeeds Karen Dunlap, who is retiring after a decade as president.

Karen Dunlap Will Retire As Poynter’s President

Poynter Reports Dramatic $3.8M Loss In 2011

Veteran Poynter Faculty Member Paul Pohlman Dies

CNN, Fox News Get Error Of The Year Awards