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  1. ISWNE, Huck Boyd Center issue call for applied research on community journalism
  2. Call for Panel Proposals, 2018 AEJMC Conference in Washington, D.C.
  3. Arenberg, Lowrey, Speakman receive COMJIG top paper honors at AEJMC
  4. Check out COMJIG programming at AEJMC
  5. Intern and weekly editor show how to deal with, and engage with, critics
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ISWNE, Huck Boyd Center issue call for applied research on community journalism


The International Society of Weekly Newspaper Editors (ISWNE) and the Huck Boyd National Center for Community Media at Kansas State University are seeking proposals for papers that provide insight and guidance on general issues and/or everyday problems...

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Call for Panel Proposals, 2018 AEJMC Conference in Washington, D.C.

The Community Journalism interest group is now accepting panel proposals for the 2018 AEJMC conference in Washington, D.C.


There are three types of panel proposals you can submit: Professional Freedom & Responsibility (PF&R), Teaching and...

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Arenberg, Lowrey, Speakman receive COMJIG top paper honors at AEJMC

Members of the Community Journalism Interest Group were involved in several outstanding panels at last week’s AEJMC conference. We were also treated to some fantastic research and had a fruitful business meeting.

Two of the highlights of our...

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Check out COMJIG programming at AEJMC



The annual AEJMC conference is just days away, and the Community Journalism Interest Group has some outstanding programming this year. Go ahead and mark these sessions down on your calendar!

Wednesday, August 9

10-11:30 a.m.: Teaching the Business of Community Journalism in the 21st Century
Panelists: Jonathan Groves, Drury; Geoffrey Graybeal, Texas Tech; Joe Marren, SUNY Buffalo State; Eric Meyer, Illinois; Magda Konieczna, Temple; Gary Sosniecki, TownNews.com
Moderator: Christina Smith, Georgia College

Intern and weekly editor show how to deal with, and engage with, critics

Josh Qualls was having difficulty finding a source to help him explain how the House health-insurance bill might affect seniors on Medicaid in Lincoln County, Kentucky, where he just completed a summer internship with The Interior Journal in Stanford. So...

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