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SPJ Madison supports investigative center

June 5, 2013 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Mark Pitsch, 608-252-6145 MADISON – The Wisconsin Center for Investigative Journalism is an important part of the media landscape in Wisconsin. Its criminal justice, environmental, political and other reporting has garnered national and … Continue reading

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Free Business Investigative Reporting Training in Madison on Sept. 28

MADISON — For each of the last eight years, Pulitzer Prizes for investigative reporting were awarded to journalists who wrote about businesses or business themes. Yet it remains an often-undercovered area – especially as newsroom resources shrink. Now, you have … Continue reading

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SPJ Forum: What’s next for Wisconsin after the recall?

Gov. Scott Walker made history by easily surviving a recall election, but the stalemate in Wisconsin will continue as Democrats claim control of the Senate – at least until the next election. Wisconsin has been as polarized as ever in … Continue reading

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SPJ Convenes Panel Discussion: “Journalism Ethics in the Time of Recall”

The editors of Wisconsin’s two largest newspapers, a leading political reporter and a journalism ethics specialist will discuss ethical questions surrounding media coverage of recall elections at a forum Wednesday, May 30, sponsored by the Madison pro chapter of the … Continue reading

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Brownbag lunch with Juliet Eilperin

Juliet Eilperin, science writer for the Washington Post, will speak to journalists at Capital Newspapers, 1901 Fish Hatchery Road, Madison, on April 25. All area journalists are welcome to attend. Eilperin is a UW writer in residence. Please see additional … Continue reading

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Anthony Shadid: An Appreciation

Madison Pro Chapter President Mark Pitsch has written an appreciation of New York Times reporter Anthony Shadid, who died on assignment in Syria last week. Shadid, a two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, worked for The Daily Cardinal and graduated from UW-Madison. … Continue reading

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