SPJ Georgia seeking candidates for 2020 Board of Directors

As required by our chapter bylaws, the Society of Professional Journalists’ Georgia Pro Chapter will be hosting an annual election this December in order to fill our board of directors for the 2020 calendar year. SPJ Georgia’s board consists of nine members, of which five are returning. Continuing on into 2020 are our treasurer Pam…

IRE Watchdog Workshop: Tools for Investigative Reporting

A great, inexpensive opportunity for journalists of all types to gain important watchdog skills on Friday, Oct. 18. Led by an IRE (Investigative Reporters & Editors) trainer and sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists, Georgia Chapter (SPJ GA). Six sessions in this daylong workshop cover: 1) building watchdogging into your daily routine, 2) backgrounding…

Oz Magazine Seeks Writers

Calling all Atlanta freelancers: Oz Magazine — Atlanta’s film, television and entertainment publication since 1990 — is hiring contributing writers for its July/August issue. Oz is looking for: AP Style writing Written narrative and Q & A writing experience Film influencers Blog following Background/knowledge of the film/entertainment industry Please submit your writing sample with a…

SPJ Georgia Denounces HB734 — the ‘Ethics in Journalism Act’

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Haisten Willis, SPJ Georgia Past President, (770) 862-4926, haisten.willis@gmail.com Brenda Goodman, SPJ Georgia Board Member, bkdgoodman@gmail.com ATLANTA– The Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Georgia Pro Chapter denounces HB734—the “Ethics in Journalism Act.” The bill is clearly meant to intimidate journalists and chill the important work of holding powerful people and organizations…