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Houston SPJ to Host Meet and Greet

Meet the Candidates for the 2021-22 Chapter Board of Directors

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Important Bylaws Amendments to be Voted on at National Conference

Please read this important note from Houston chapter president Ruth Nasrullah to all chapter members: At the annual conference September 2-4 of this year, several amendments to the national SPJ bylaws will be put to a vote. Some of them have been already been sources of contention, with heated arguments on each side, especially the amendment addressing communities and chapters.   As […]

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35th Law and the Media Seminar 2/20/21

CANCELLED DUE TO THE UNCERTAINTIES CAUSED BY THIS WEEK’S WINTER STORM AND RESULTANT ISSUES. This year, the annual Law and the Media Seminar will be held virtually on Saturday, February 20, 2021, from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. The theme is “Justice Reform: The Quest for Fairness and Accountability.” The keynote speaker will be Benjamin Crump, civil rights attorney whose […]

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SPJ’s national headquarters issued a notice this week about national president Matthew Hall’s new initiative to increase membership across chapters.  Please read the notice below and consider who among your colleagues might be interested in joining. Note also that Hall will visit with the Houston chapter virtually on Jan. 20 at 4 p.m. Central.  A free press isn’t free. Journalism […]

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Jingle Bells for Journalists 2020

On Sunday, December 14, 2020 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Central time, Houston SPJ will host Jingle Bells for Journalists, a virtual holiday party. The event will be held via Zoom and will feature: Party games (trivia quiz, icebreaker questions, and more A silent auction to benefit the Pagano Scholarship Fund. A visit by national SPJ President Matthew Hall […]

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Reporting From Above

Mention drone journalism and several issues come up right away – laws, ethics, storytelling, privacy, and more. Join us for an insightful panel discussion of drones’ role in today’s reporting. Register today. Confirmed speakers: * Brandon Wade, a Dallas-based freelance photographer named in a lawsuit challenging the Texas drone photography law. * Alicia Wagner Calzada, an attorney for the National […]

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