As newsrooms have downsized, as more work has been piled on more reporters covering more beats, as more journalism education organizations have levied fees for their training, we’ve changed with the times but continued our policy of never charging a dime.
Josh Stearn’s partnered with PBS MediaShift to spread some wisdom on why non-profit journalism organizations matter, in his campaign Give4News. Consider supporting the National Press Foundation if you participated in one of our many free programs or used the resources we provide.
WASHINGTON: The recipients of some of the most prestigious awards in journalism have been announced.
Joseph L. Allbritton, the media magnate and banker who died December 12 at age 87, was an early and anonymous supporter of the National Press Foundation. He may well have kept NPF afloat. Read NPF President, Bob Meyers’ recollection of Joe’s contribution.
This post includes highlights, slides and audio from the world’s experts on Lung Health issues. During NPF’s three-day program for journalists on Lung Health, we will be tweeting and sharing photos from Kuala Lumpur.
Earlier Blog Posts
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy: Resources for Covering…
November 2, 2012
Kuala Lumpur Fellow Program Material
October 29, 2012
Our Read on Energy Writing
October 4, 2012
The Newbie: A job well done, and on to Charlotte
August 31, 2012
The Newbie: Electronic Connection Fails; Personal Connections…
August 30, 2012