by Michael Allen - 2006-12-08
Ankara, Turkey - Amidst arising controversy, Pope Benedict charges forward on his visits to Turkey. Details of his visit are highly sensitive because of remarks the Pope made in a speech back in Sept...
by Lindsey Williams - 2007-01-16
Having been ahead of the curve explaining last week's plunge in the economy, and the return of bi- partisan politics to Congress, we take a breather to examine the state of journalism ethics in re...
by Nazvi Careem - 2007-02-06
One of the best ways to make your mark as a freelance journalist, apart from knowing how to write, is to provide a newspaper or similar news organizations with timely articles.Timely means following u...
by Mark Nash - 2007-02-06
The residential real estate industry of late, has not been pleased with all the bubble headlines. They feel that the doom and gloom have influenced home buying decisions in the negative. But, a recent...
by Bernadette Sukley - 2007-03-07
Because stories are never free from passion, it's no wonder journalists and writers make costly (and embarrassing) errors. Here are a few examples.The headline that made heads turn.In November 3, 1948...
by Brent Diggs - 2007-03-20
An interview with Herman Fording, former journalist for the Dissociated Press. Featured in Superstar Journalist Illustrated. Reprinted without permission, so keep quiet about it.Herman Fording is a le...
by Pamela White - 2007-03-21
My first non-newspaper sale was to be to a religious magazine. I wrote a query letter about how I wanted to write about new ways to honor the Sabbath in our busy lives. I planned to write about famili...
by Michael Bustamante - 2007-03-26
Broadcasting schools have always offered training for television and radio news professions, but these schools now train students for online newscasting and journalism as well. Natural skills and attr...
by Darrell Goodliffe - 2007-03-27
Time for citizen journalists to fight back Two news stories recently, one from both sides of the Atlantic, have shown that citizen journalists are increasingly vulnerable attack from legal avenues....
by Nazvi Careem - 2007-03-31
News writing is supposed to be the embodiment of perfectly produced prose. However, the reality is that it is the source of more grammatical, contextual and typographical mistakes than probably any ot...