The student chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists at The King’s College marked the conclusion of its inaugural year with the election of a new president and by capping off the Spring semester with two talks featuring world-class journalists.
It may be the one issue in America capable of uniting Mormons, Native Americans, Roman Catholics and Evangelical Christians. The issue of religious liberty has, in recent years, increasingly galvanized people of many faith traditions in the United States to unite against secular forces. One of its most-vocal backers and eloquent advocates is opinion journalist David French.
“The Poynter Institute is a gold standard for journalistic ethics and leadership,” said Media Project Executive Director Paul D. Glader. “These hard-working journalists from the far corners of the world will pick up insights they can take back to the newsrooms in their home countries."
New York – The McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute is training Dow Jones News Fund business reporting interns this Spring, preparing 28 young business journalists in two sessions before their summer internships begin.
Paul Glader, associate professor of journalism, media and entrepreneurship and director of the McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute at The King’s College, has been named as the Laventhol/Newsday Visiting Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism for the Spring 2018 semester.
Journalism faculty of The King’s College recently sat down with a Pulitzer-Prize winning journalist to discuss his book on the resurgence of religion in China after the Mao administration.
Communications and journalism students show off their work, then listen to a former Wall Street Journal reporter talk about how we parse news and truth as journalists and Christians.
In an era when immediate social media banter surrounds every political speech or hasty tweet, what is the role of the press? How can journalists—especially those who profess to follow Christ—pursue truth, act ethically, and help equip an informed electorate?
The 2017 Summer Academy runs July 23-28 and is now accepting applications on a rolling basis, with deposits due by May 15, 2017.
This new interdisciplinary major, incorporating the College’s robust Politics, Philosophy and Economics core, will prepare intellectually well-rounded graduates for careers in journalism.
Where do we most often find real truth, real facts in a new era of Internet hoaxes, fake news stories and new political administrations that tout their own "alternative facts"? (Originally appeared on Forbes.com)
The fourth class of the NYC Semester in Journalism (NYCJ) arrived in January from all over the United States, as well as one student all the way from Kampala, Uganda. The class of 12 students represent eight different universities.
By Emma Clark and Daphne Seah NEW YORK— For Sky News’ Ireland Correspondent David Blevins, balanced, accurate and positive stories in journalism were paramount in resolving Northern Ireland’s deep tumultuous past. Opening his talk “Making Hope and History Rhyme: Reporting the Northern Ireland Peace Process” at The King’s College with lesser-known facts of the region […]
November 2 2015. Updated January 6 2015. Since 2006, the Washington Journalism Center (WJC) has trained and placed aspiring journalism students in countless internships. Students come from Christian colleges across the country to Washington, D.C. for one semester, and the program equips them to figure out if journalism is their vocation or calling. The brainchild of Terry Mattingly, Universal […]
September 28 2015 On October 21 2015, David Blevins, Ireland Correspondent for Sky News, will speak on the role of the media in Northern Ireland’s peace process at New York City’s McCandlish Phillips Journalism Institute (MPJI). A reporter with the London-based rolling news network for 15 years, Blevins grew up in Northern Ireland during the […]
September 4 2015 – By Adrienne Scrima On Thursday morning in Saint Cecilia’s Parish in East Harlem, Head of Catholic Charities New York Monsignor Kevin Sullivan outlined the plans of Pope Francis’ upcoming visit to New York City. Besides addressing the United Nations General Assembly and holding a multi-religious service at the 9/11 Memorial, the […]
By Ben Cal MANILA – There seems to be no end to media killings in the Philippines as another journalist was gunned down in broad daylight last Thursday by three motorcycle-riding gunmen. Cosme Diez Maestrado, 48, anchor of radio station DXOC was shot in the presence of a bodyguard and cameraman, and in full view […]
In a keynote speech recently in New York City, Parr, a co-founder of Dominate Fund and a former editor at Mashable, shared key findings on how to leverage credibility and capture an audience’s attention. Speaking to a crowd of start-up entrepreneurs, brand marketers and technologists, Parr revealed three stages of attention (immediate, short, long) and these seven attention triggers.