It’s Black History Month, and we’re celebrating journalists of color working in newsrooms across the country.
We compiled a list of the Top 10 most viewed posts this year.
More than 40 reporters have been attacked while covering protests since 2017.
We’re talking about your career here. You want to select someone who will represent you well.
Today, journalists and other content creators must be able tell their stories in all formats. But this transition isn’t always easy.
Cision conducted its annual State of the Media survey to gather journalist feedback on today’s challenges.
Who are your favorite African-American journalists? Here are 10 media pioneers we love.
Journalists, bloggers and content creators must be able tell their stories in all formats. But, the transition isn’t always easy.
Drawing eyeballs to your content on social media will require strategy. Much like a traditional news story, it all starts with a headline.
A discussion with veteran editor Christina Joseph Robinson.
When you’re working a full-time journalism job, it can be tough to maintain a side gig. But it’s not impossible.
2016 was laden with challenges, including covering a contentious presidential election, making heads or tails of fake news, and more.
Social media can reveal a lot about a person. But, is it OK to publish what you find?
We surveyed PR Newswire for Journalists users to find their top three favorite and most useful aspects of the site.
The stories from 2015 that will have lasting implications on how journalists do their jobs.
For journalists, particularly TV reporters who work daily in the field like Parker and Ward, their brutal death was personal.
Here are a few key blogging takeaways from #BlogHer15 that will help you pump out content regularly.
Live tweeting requires skill, strategy, and social savvy in order to be really effective.
A discussion with AP’s Erin Madigan-White. You never know where your journalism degree and experience may take you.
2014 brought controversy and conflict in journalism, including allegations of plagiarism, the implications of drone journalism, and the dangers freelancers face covering conflicts in foreign lands.