Is there such a thing as a dress code in journalism these days? If not, maybe there should be.
The Daily Herald is expected to convert to full employee ownership before the end of the year. How will that work? Time will tell.
“We need to serve as watchdogs and gatekeepers and eyes and ears and voices for our readers, but we also need to remind people how to talk to one another."
Think you know everything about the Open Meetings Act in Illinois? Here are a few facts that might surprise you.
By Sharon Boehlefeld, Features Editor of The Observer Many weeks ago, the Rockford Diocese held a conference conducted by and about the millennial generation. The goal, of course, was learning how to reach them in a church environment. But one of the presenters, Emily Burds, who with her husband works for the Archdiocese of Milwaukee, …
DON'T PANIC! (OK, WE TAKE THAT BACK. START PANICKING NOW! AND GET YOUR ENTRIES IN BY FRIDAY!)
One of the Chicago Tribune's top columnist brings her balancing act to the NINA fall awards extravaganza.
Hey, NINA's got a new brochure. Time to download, dude.
John Withnal Bailey, Elijah Lovejoy, Minnie Potter, Col. Robert McCormick and NINA's own Roger Ruthhart. Welcome to the Lincoln League.
BY JIM FULLER, Daily Herald Senior Writer and NINA Board Vice President It's exciting to be on the innovative track for the future of our industry." — Shamus Toomey The sudden closure of DNAinfo last November may become the best "worst thing" that ever happened to the founding members of the new Block Club Chicago …