Media coverage about suicide may be a factor in others’ decisions to take their lives by suicide. That’s the premise behind a series of six workshops around Ohio that will teach campus and professional journalists the strategies and language they …

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  Please join  us! The Central Ohio Society of Professional Journalists invites its members to join our friends and colleagues at the Central Ohio Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America for a joint member mixer and reception. The SPJ-PRSA …

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Nearly 100 of Ohio’s top journalists attended the 2016 SPJ Awards/Ohio’s Best Journalism luncheon Saturday, Aug. 27 at The Boat House restaurant in Columbus. The Ohio’s Best Journalism contest is staged annually by the state’s three Society of Professional Journalists …

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In the wake of the U.S. Department of Justice’s secret seizure of Associated Press phone records and the Edward Snowden-NSA leaks, the Main Street Free Press Museum is presenting the panel discussion “Who’s Watching Whom?” at 7:15 p.m. on Sept. 5 in Fredericktown.

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