New CJR partnership aims to bring more industry/issue news to SPJ members
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INDIANAPOLIS – The Society of Professional Journalists and Columbia Journalism Review are pleased to announce a new partnership that will bring more journalism news to SPJ members.
Although SPJ already provides members with Quill magazine, webinars, training and other how-to information, the partnership with CJR will provide SPJ members more in-depth articles about the rapidly changing landscape of the journalism industry.
“Both organizations work to foster strong journalistic values and support a vibrant free press, so this type of partnership meets both our missions,” said Paul Fletcher, SPJ National President. “It will help augment what we already provide SPJ members through industry and issue-oriented content, in addition to the professional development and networking we currently provide.”
Within the next couple weeks, SPJ will share CJR articles in its newsletters, on its website, via social media and through other communications channels.
"Our goal is to have CJR's rich content in front of all who care about journalism, social discourse, and First Amendment issues," said Interim Editor in Chief Vanessa Gezari. "Toward that end, SPJ is a perfect partner to help connect our content to their targeted and engaged membership of journalism professionals, academics, and students."
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