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Professor James Baughman, of the University of Wisconsin School of Journalism and Mass Communications, passed away on Saturday, March 26, 2016. Professor Baughman was a supporter of SPJ, and participated in some of our meetings. We will miss his enthusiasm … Continue reading
Journalism will thrive so long as there’s a need for stories that explain our world and help us uncover truth. That was the message from Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist David Maraniss, a Madison native who was the keynote speaker at the … Continue reading
Chester Wells history presentation:
By Amelia Rufer The Internet allows consumers of news to pick and choose what they read. Journalism’s challenge is one of ethical and monetary significance: to write about topics that attract readership while serving as gatekeepers of information critical for … Continue reading
By Amelia Rufer With the Internet increasingly becoming a central platform for news, journalism needs to update its revenue model…fast. But between an experienced, older generation of reporters and tech-savvy, j-school graduates is a chasm of competing worldviews that can … Continue reading
Wells Memorial Key Centennial Celebration, a set on Flickr. View more Wells Memorial Key Centennial Celebration coverage here.