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  1. Applying Ncte/Ira Standards in Classroom Journalism Projects: Activities and Scenarios by Candace Perkins Bowen, Susan Hathaway Tantillo, 2002-11
  2. Here come da judge. (Off the Record).(article examines New York state court ruling stating judges may particiapte in political activities): An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review by Joe Pollack, 2003-03-01
  3. Outside activities: when does a journalist's personal opinion become a public issue?: An article from: Columbia Journalism Review by Cassandra Tate, 1991-03-01
  4. A little common sense could cure radio's problems.: An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review by Frank Absher, 2004-04-01
  5. Chuck-gate: when can journalists act like citizens? (Chuck Scarborough): An article from: Columbia Journalism Review by Mike Hoyt, 1996-05-01
  6. Core local questions ignored.(Media/Politics): An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review by Terry Jones, 2004-03-01
  7. Crime and punishment: will the deeply flawed Hutton report hobble the BBC?(Comment): An article from: Columbia Journalism Review
  8. THE PRESS AND THE PUBLIC: AT ODDS OVER PRIVACY?(Brief Article): An article from: Columbia Journalism Review by Robert Jr. O'Harrow, 2001-03-01
  9. Compounded interest: Mike Owens being married to Alderman Lyda Krewson raises questions by--and excuses for-politicians.: An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review by Bob Schaper, 2004-02-01
  10. Dark side of the moon: why a leak from the White House has NASA reporters crying foul.: An article from: Columbia Journalism Review by Andrew Lawler, 2004-05-01
  11. Student reporters embarrass Schnucks.: An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review by Don Corrigan, 2000-02-01
  12. This absolutely wonderful race. (excerpt from speech by Walter Isaacson about problems with journalism): An article from: Columbia Journalism Review by Walter Isaacson, 1996-05-01
  13. Stop the presses! Republicans blast press at MPA convention.(Missouri Press Association): An article from: St. Louis Journalism Review by Don Corrigan, 2005-10-01
  14. Giving print the silent treatment.(Reporting Roadblocks): An article from: American Journalism Review by Rachel Smolkin, 2003-10-01

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2. Knight Center For Environmental Journalism—Learning
ENVIRONMENTAL journalism activities. Environmental journalism activities overseas media study. environmental journalism activities.
HOME LEARNING DEGREE PROGRAMS Environmental Journalism Activities The Environmental Journalism program is involved in numerous ongoing activities. Students can become involved in research, outreach and international activities. Each year the Environmental Journalism program organizes a Great Lakes Environmental Journalism Training Institute for twenty-five environmental journalists from the U.S. and Canada. This institute is held at MSU's Kellogg Center and the School of Journalism and brings together more than 20 environmental, scientific and journalistic experts to teach about Great Lakes environmental issues. Students are needed to help organize further programs for the Institute. By participating in the program, students are exposed to environmental journalists and become aware of the trends, needs, and resources in the field. The Environmental Journalism program has recently completed the largest survey ever done on environmental journalism in the United States to date . Future projects will examine environmental journalism in other nations. Student assistance is vital for the success of these research projects. The North American office of the International Federation of Environmental Journalists (IFEJ) is located at MSU. Members are located in over 100 countries and students can assist in organizing international conferences and communication among international journalists.

3. Department Of Journalism ~ Activities
to journalism conferences, and social events. This is a student run organization with a faculty adviser. It receives funding for club activities

4. Activities
Currently Point Park College is cosponsoring a Communications Day at Kennywood Park on Friday, May 3rd, 2002 which features a variety of

5. Fiveaa, Interactive Radio
with the National Privacy Principles in respect of its journalism activities. “Personal information” in these Journalism Privacy Standards means

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JOURNALISM PRIVACY STANDARDS 1 Journalism exemption to the Privacy Act
The Commonwealth Privacy Act seeks to balance the public interest in providing adequate safeguards for the handling of personal information and the public interest in allowing a free flow of information to the public through the media.
The Privacy Act exempts acts done by a media organisation such as dmg in the course of journalism provided that at the time of the act, the media organisation is publicly committed to observe standards that deal with privacy in the context of the activities of the organisation and those standards are published in writing by the organisation or a person or body representing a class of media organisations.
dmg has developed the Journalism Privacy Standards set out in this document and is publicly committed to observe these Standards. Accordingly, dmg is exempt from complying with the National Privacy Principles in respect of its journalism activities. 2 Definitions
3 Application of the Journalism Privacy Standards
These standards apply to collection, use and disclosure of personal information by us in the course of our journalism activities.

6. Cowley County Community College - Journalism Activities

7. Cowley County Community College - Journalism Activities

8. Annenberg Journalism Student Activities And Projects
CLASS THREE (September 7) THE BEGINNINGS 1890 to 1930s. The Golden Age of the Newspaper Film.

9. Seven Privacy Policy
from coverage in relation to the journalism activities of the Network. or personal information collected in the course of its journalism activities.
The Network treats the handling of your personal information very seriously. To that end, the Network has systems and procedures in place to protect your privacy in relation to the handling of your personal information. The Network abides by the National Privacy Principles, which provide a scheme in relation to the collection, disclosure, use and storage of personal information. The Network's objective is to handle information responsibly and provide you with some control over the way information about you is handled. The Privacy Act provides for exemptions:
  • in relation to employee records (being records relating to a current or former employment relationship between the Network and the individual); and
  • from coverage in relation to the journalism activities of the Network.
  • The Network is not required to comply with the National Privacy Principles when dealing with employee records or personal information collected in the course of its journalism activities. 1. Collection of Personal Information Personal information is information or opinion from which an individual's identity may be ascertained. The nature of personal information collected by the Network generally comprises an individual's name and contact details (including address, phone, fax and e-mail). Such personal information is collected for the purposes of arranging, conducting and promoting the Network's production and broadcasting activities.

    10. Annenberg Journalism Student Activities And Projects
    the storyat-any-cost and the snappy, bustling world of newspapering, but they also capture the corrupt, yellow journalism of the period.

    11. Promising Practices In Afterschool
    We found that the journalism activities were successful in being both Through the journalism activities, we have seen the young people explore various

    12. UAM-UAM/El Pa S School Of JournalismMain Activities
    UAM/El Pa s School of Journalism MAIN ACTIVITIES Teaching Activity The school provides the qualification of Master's in Journalism.

    13. Enrichment 4 You - Language Arts - Journalism/Enrichment Activities
    Category Language Arts Journalism/Enrichment Activities Choose from the following products ( Click name for more info.

    14. Romeu S Journalistic And Writing Activities
    Romeu s radio and TV journalism activities include the hosting of the WXTMTV3 (NBC) television talk show Entre Vecinos , that airs in Chanel 3,
    Romeu's Journalistic and Writing Activities:
    Jorge Luis Romeu is a writer, with two short story books published, in Spanish, under his Pen Name, "Beltran de Quiros". The first one, "Los Unos, Los Otros y El Seibo", was published in the United States in 1971, while Romeu was still a college student in Cuba. It deals with life in the UMAP labor camps in Cuba, between 1966 and 1968. It has been assessed by Dr. Seymour Menton, in his treatise "Prose Fiction of the Cuban Revolution" (Texas Press, 1975) as one of the two best short story books on the Cuban Revolution, published outside Cuba (Dr. Menton was not aware, at the time, that Romeu was still living in Cuba). Romeu's second book, "La Otra Cara de la Moneda", was published in 1984, after he left Cuba, during the Mariel Boatlift of 1980. Both books were edited by Ediciones Universal, Miami, FLA. Romeu, who is a member of International P.E.N., is also an active newspaper journalist. He frequently writes for El Nuevo Herald (Miami Herald), the Syracuse newspapers (Post Standard, Herald American) and the Hispanic Link News Service (that distributes nationwide via AP wire), among other publications. Selected articles can be found in the Web.

    15. CSU, Chico Department Of Journalism Awards Activities
    Department of Journalism. Home . Department . Academic Program . From the Lab . Student Resources . Alumni . Awards / Activities

    16. The Importance Of Extracurricular Activities In A Student's Life
    she may also enjoy literary clubs, writing clubs or journalism activities. Extracurricular activities are also a good way to learn appreciation for new
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            Extracurricular activities can empower students to make their own decisions and help them gain vital experience and skills to lead them on the path to their future.
            The Facts
            According to the Montana State University Extension Service, students involved in extracurricular activities are more likely to become leaders, more willing to complete tasks, more willing to voice opinions, and more likely to graduate from high school and have annual incomes of more than $50,000. Extracurricular activities are also a good way to explore social, political, and career interests.
            Gain Experience through Extracurricular Activities
            Extracurricular activities help students gain experience in a variety of areas that will enhance their future. Through participation in sports, students learn cooperation, teamwork and time management. By serving as an officer in an organization, students learn responsibility, problem solving and communication. Extracurricular activities can also help students discover hidden talents, meet people they might otherwise not encounter, and learn about things outside their own environment.
            How to Choose an Activity
            But which activities should a student choose? Should they choose activities that use talents they already possess and meet people with similar talents, or should they choose something new and different and meet people who possess different opinions and skills? Some students are comfortable with growth while others will feel more comfortable with familiarity. If a student enjoys outdoor activities, he or she may want to look into archery clubs, horseback riding or other sports.

    17. Official Website Of The Australian Football League
    Act in relation to its journalism activities on the Web Sites in the AFLTN, of personal information in the context of those journalism activities.

    18. Institute For Justice And Journalism - About Us
    Justice and journalism activities include. Professional fellowships. Research, commentary, educational and collaborative projects.
    SEARCH THE SITE Mission, Goals
    Justice and Journalism activities include:
    • Professional fellowships. Research, commentary, educational and collaborative projects. Web and print publications. Conferences and convenings.
    Fact Sheet - Web PDF STEVE MONTIEL
    , the director of USC Annenberg's Institute for Justice and Journalism, is a veteran journalist and educator who began his career in 1967 at The Arizona Daily Star and worked for several news organizations during the ensuing years: The Associated Press Los Angeles Times and the Vietnam Bureau of Pacific Stars and Stripes SHANNON SEIBERT is the graduate research assistant for the Institute. She is working on her Masters degree in Journalism from the Annenberg School at USC and her Juris Doctor from the USC Law School. She hopes to complete both in 2005. She received her BA in Political Science from UCLA.

    19. Director Of Journalism Programs
    organize and control the Foundation s journalism activities in These activities include i) recommending the mission, vision and goals for the
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      The successful candidate will report to the Senior Vice-President for Philanthropy, who in turn reports to the Foundation President. This director supervises a staff of professionals, administers the annual budget for journalism operations, directs the review of incoming requests for funds and recommends annually for Board approval some $7 to $8 million for journalism grants.
      The focus of this program is to improve the quality of reporting, editing and creativity in print and electronic media in the U.S., working with universities' journalism school deans and media industry leaders. There is also emphasis on supporting programs that protect and enhance a free press in the Western Hemisphere and around the world.

    20. NAA: Matters Of State (Foundation Update, Summer/Fall 2004)
    We also offer a twoweek, all-paid, high school journalism workshop each summer of student journalism activities and efforts to attract younger readers.

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