NewsTrain workshop to be held at Fresno State in 2020

NewsTrain workshop. Photo courtesy of https://www.apme.com/news

NewsTrain is a low cost, touring workshop designed to provide training in digital skills, knowledge and information to journalists, newsroom and media professionals, communication specialists, professors and students.

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Institute for Media and Public Trust presents First Amendment Forum

View of the Fresno State Peace Garden

Fresno State’s Institute for Media and Public Trust will present a First Amendment forum from 6 to 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 17, at the Leon S. and Pete P. Peters Educational Center in the Student Recreation Center. This free event is open to the public. The forum will feature an expert panel that will explore free-speech issues on university […]

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Warren R. Paboojian: 2017 Top Dog Oustanding Alumnus for the College of Arts and Humanities

Dean Saúl Jiménez-Sandoval and 2017 Arts and Humanities Top Dog Warren R. Paboojian

When Warren R. Paboojian is called a “Bulldog in the courtroom,” he smiles.

“After being a lawyer for over 30 years, I’ve developed a little bit of a nickname,” Warren says with mirth in his eyes. “Whenever someone calls me a Bulldog, I’m pretty proud of that.”

Warren’s Bulldog pride shines because of his rich experience at Fresno State and his family’s path to create a better life for him.

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8 Valley newspaper writers win Gruner Awards for Public Service

Gruner Awards

PHOTO: From left, Professor Gary Rice, George F. Gruner and former Fresno Bee Executive Editor Betsy Lumbye. (Courtesy of Joe Wirt/CNPA) Eight reporters at three San Joaquin Valley newspapers won 2016 George F. Gruner Prizes for Meritorious Public Service in journalism. The awards for work published in 2016 were announced Thursday, Feb. 23, at the […]

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Lecture: Journalism, Fake News and the First Amendment

Photo illustrating fake news

Legitimate news organizations are under assault because of the rise in prevalence of “fake news.” A panel discussion on “Journalism, Fake News and the First Amendment” will be presented from 6-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, to discuss the state of journalism in 2017. Panelists will include: Faith Sidlow, professor of Media, Communications and Journalism Jes […]

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