I know, I know. Everyone is busy with their semesters and the last thing many of you are thinking about is more work.However, I’m here to ask you to do just that. We’re nearing the deadline to submit proposals for AEJMC 2020. Specifically, I would ...

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  1. Please help with ideas for teaching panels for AEJMC 2020
  2. Ideas to help brainstorm topics for panel submissions for AEJMC2020
  3. Panel Proposal Call for AEJMC 2020
  4. Interesting community media book
  5. Potential bias tops worries over news consolidation
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Please help with ideas for teaching panels for AEJMC 2020


I know, I know.
Everyone is busy with their semesters and the last thing many of you are thinking about is more work.
However, I’m here to ask you to do just that. We’re nearing the deadline to submit proposals for AEJMC 2020. Specifically, I would like to ask that those of you consider submitting something about teaching.
Teaching is something at the core of all our missions, and last year’s sessions relating to teaching were some of the best-attended within our division. Additionally, we’re entering a time with great change within community journalism.
Community outlets, primarily weeklies continue to shut down, online publications continue to attempt to fill some of the role left from traditional outlets. Topics like hyperlocal news coverage, the role of journalism programs in helping cover communities, and even why more universities don’t teach community journalism are topics that would seem ready for discussion.
But remember the goal is to hear from you. I’m hoping to see your ideas, find out what others are interested in as it relates to teaching. Also don’t be shy about proposing a role for yourself, if it’s your idea. We need people who are passionate to help us with organizing these panels.
Remember...

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Ideas to help brainstorm topics for panel submissions for AEJMC2020


Hello, all.

Conference panel submissions are now being accepted for the Community Journalism Interest Group for AEJMC 2020. To help get your creative/research ideas flowing, I’ve compiled a list of COMJIG panel topics presented over the past five...

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Panel Proposal Call for AEJMC 2020

Dear Friends,

We need your help in brainstorming and planning panels for the Community Journalism Interest Group for AEJMC 2020. We want our conference programming to be about you and relevant to you. So think about the topics that interest you, the...

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Interesting community media book

This is from a review in the new Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly:

Community-Based Media Pedagogies reports a comparative study of three community media projects across New York, Toronto, and Montreal, examining how community-based...

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Potential bias tops worries over news consolidation

An interesting read from Nieman Lab.

When it comes to the consolidation of local news companies, American worry a lot more about political bias than about newsroom cutbacks

https://nzzl.us/adrh6Zs

    

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