Former WJZ News Set Gets New Life At Harford Community CollegeIt’s been a little over a year since WJZ debuted a completely revamped news set, and now the old morning news desk that loyal viewers saw for nearly two decades years lives on at Harford Community College.
New DC Memorial Would Honor Slain JournalistsThree U.S. senators want a new memorial in Washington, D.C., to honor journalists killed in the line of duty.
4 Capital Gazette Victims Honored At Newseum MemorialEach year, the Newseum rededicates its Journalists Memorial in recognition of the dangers in the profession of journalism and those who died in the pursuit of news.
Lawsuit Challenges Maryland Ban On Broadcasting Court CasesSeveral journalists and community organizers on Tuesday sued to challenge a Maryland law's ban on broadcasting digital recordings of criminal court proceedings.
UMd. Students Make Bracelets To Help Jailed JournalistsUniversity of Maryland journalism students are raising money to launch a line of bracelets emblazoned with the names of journalists imprisoned around the world to raise money for the cause, and awareness of their plight.
College Students Make Bracelets To Help Jailed JournalistsUniversity of Maryland journalism students are raising money to launch a line of bracelets emblazoned with the names of journalists imprisoned around the world to raise money for the cause, and awareness of their plight.
Anderson Cooper Named AU's 'Wonk Of The Year'CNN anchor Anderson Cooper has been named American University's "Wonk of the Year."
Amazon.com CEO Buys Washington Post; Promises Quality Journalism & Financial ViabilityThe Washington Post is its own lead story. The Post is being purchased for $250 million by Jeffrey Bezos, the founder and billionaire CEO of Amazon.com.
University Of Maryland Announces Lacy-Smith Sports Journalism AwardThe University of Maryland has announced the creation of an annual award that will be given to a sports journalist or broadcaster who has made "significant contributions to racial and gender equality in sports."
Newseum In D.C. Makes Changes As Funding Falls ShortIn five years since moving to its new home overlooking the U.S. Capitol, the Newseum has become a major attraction with 4 million people visiting its exhibits about journalism and the First Amendment. Yet it's been struggling mightily to cover its costs.
Objects From JFK Assassination Go On Display In D.C.Some never-before-seen artifacts from the minutes and hours following President John F. Kennedy's assassination are going on display in Washington.
Legendary Baltimore Broadcaster Ron Smith To Be Honored For JournalismLegendary Baltimore broadcaster Ron Smith is being posthumously inducted into the Maryland DC Delaware Broadcasters Association Hall of Fame.
VP's Office Apologizes To UMD Student ReporterThe vice president's office has apologized to a University of Maryland journalism student after he was forced to delete photos of a Joe Biden event.
U. Of Md. Journalism Dean Says He Will Step DownThe dean of the University of Maryland's Philip Merrill College of Journalism says he will leave in June 2012 in order to teach at the college.