Panel Discusses Best Practices for Covering Suicide

  Five panelists representing HuffPost, BuzzFeed News, the Associated Press, the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention and the Jed Foundation shared guidance on best practices for covering suicide on all platforms. The conversation explored the link between suicide and mental illness, how irresponsible coverage can generate a contagion effect, and the use of responsible and […]

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Deadline Club FOI Panel April 16, 2019

Panelists Offer Tips to Keep the Information Flowing Alyssa Katz, deputy editor with THE CITY, the independent, nonprofit news outlet, makes a point during a Deadline Club panel discussion titled, “Extract the Facts: FOIA Strategies, Tips and Media Action.” Held at CUNY’s Newmark Graduate School of Education on April 16, the program focused on the […]

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Deadline Club of the Society of Professional Journalists Invites You to a Special Painted News Talk and Reception

Portraits of Immigrants: Unknown Faces, Untold Stories-Telling stories in a new way, Former Deadline Club President Betsy Ashton combines fine art painting and journalism in her first major solo exhibition. Join us for this unique talk, art show and reception where the former WCBS-TV and CBS News reporter/correspondent tells of her two-arrivals. Join us on Wednesday, February […]

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Getting Critical: Arts Reporting in the Digital Age

Standing Room Only for The Deadline Club’s “Getting Critical: Arts Reporting in the Digital Age” Panel Discussion at The Salmagundi Club on October 9th. On Tuesday, October 9th, The Deadline Club hosted a panel discussion: Getting Critical: Arts Reporting in the Digital Age. Arts reporting today faces any number of roadblocks, for example, reduced book review […]

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CUNY J-School Free Speech Event May 9

Tuesday, April 17th, 2018, 6:30pm at CUNY’s Graduate School of Journalism (219 W 40th St. NYC – 3rd Fl.)
Our all-star panel will share their experience extracting records through the Freedom of Information Act, while offering tips and strategies on how to file better FOI requests to get what you want.

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Covering Sexual Misconduct in the #MeToo Era

Tuesday, March 13, 6:30 p.m. at CUNY Hollywood, the Beltway, Silicon Valley, newsrooms, corporations—all are being rocked by the #MeToo movement. Are you prepared to cover a sexual misconduct allegation when you receive a tip or follow a lead? With the benefit of the doubt shifting toward those who say they have been victimized by […]

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Oct 2017 Covering Hate: When the KKK and Neo-Nazis are the Story

Who would have ever thought that we’d be covering demonstrations with neo-Nazis chanting “blood and soil” in 2017? In the wake of Charlottesville, U.S. journalists are brushing up on their knowledge of such groups. As journalists, how do we ensure even-handed coverage of clashes between white nationalist and antifa groups? And how does our love […]

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SPJ National Elections

The Deadline Club-New York Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists  Proudly Endorses J. Alex Tarquinio for President-Elect  of the National Society of Professional Journalists     The Deadline Club-New York Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists proudly endorses J. Alex Tarquinio to serve as President-Elect of its national governing body, The Society of […]

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