Register for MMJs Taking Action: Our second event on #MMJSafetyFirst

Doing solo live shots alongside busy highways, standing at crime scenes or in severe weather at night, getting heckled and even assaulted by passers-by, TV’s Multimedia Journalists (MMJs) have been grappling with those dangers for years. It’s a problem brought into the spotlight when a West Virginia MMJ was hit by a car while doing…

MMJ Safety First Town Hall Recap

The Society of Professional Journalists’ “MMJ Safety First Town Hall” brought together nearly 130 MMJs, reporters, producers, TV news directors, and photojournalists.

REGISTER: MMJ Safety First Town Hall

Join the conversation on Saturday when a panel of MMJ’s, news directors, and others in the TV news industry take on the topic of #MMJSafetyFirst. What can MMJ’s do to make sure they are not hurt on the job and are heard by news management. What can news managers and station owners do to ensure…

The Georgia Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists votes in new Board of Directors members

The Georgia Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists voted in eight members into new Board of Director positions: President, Vice President, Treasurer, student representative, and three members-at-large positions. President Nicolle Sartain is a journalist based in Georgia. She served as vice president of the Georgia chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists in 2021. Nicolle…