PHOTO BY CLAIRE REGAN, DEADLINE CLUB BOARD
Welcome to the Deadline Club
NYC Chapter, Society of Professional Journalists
As one of SPJ’s largest chapters, serving New York-area journalists since 1925, the Deadline Club is dedicated to perpetuating freedom of the press, encouraging the highest standards of excellence and ethics and fostering career development through its awards, scholarships, workshops, talks and social networking mixers.
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Celebrating the best in journalism
The Deadline Club’s annual awards program returned to the Harvard Club in New York City to honor the best of print, radio, television and online journalism, as well as provide scholarships to New York’s students and reward the journalism educator of the year.
More upcoming events
Spring Mixer with SPJ/Deadline Club, NYABJ, NAHJ NYC and AAJA New York
Thursday, May 19, 6:00 p.m.
Come network with fellow journalists at our free journalism spring mixer, co-hosted by SPJ’s New York Deadline Club, the New York Association of Black Journalists, the National Association of Hispanic Journalists NYC and the Asian American Journalists Association New York on Thursday, May 19, 6-8:30.
SPJ members can now join the Deadline Club chapter at no extra cost
Click here to learn about some of our benefits and resources and for information on how to join or get our email invites and updates.
Why join the Deadline Club?
I joined as a grad student. Club leaders had organized talks at my school, welcoming me to events and making introductions at networking events and panels. At regional and national conferences, I developed skills, built my network and made new friends. Now, as a professional journalist, I’ve joined the club board to give back to a community that has given me so much.
I joined the Deadline Club around 1990, at the dawn of a marketing-driven post-truth news era. Like today, it posed new and growing challenges to some fundamental principles of our trade. Many rank-and-file journos became discouraged, but I saw the Deadline Club had our backs in ways that employers couldn’t. I was elected President in 1992 and never looked back.
It’s rewarding to be involved in a group where everyone has one single concern: supporting and advocating for journalism, and seeing the impact of it on the community. The members of the Deadline Club come from all work backgrounds in media and span all ages, but we are all enthusiastic about being involved. It feels good to put in the effort of nurturing our profession.