Learn how to rebuild trust with your audience

How do you make good decisions when covering the toughest stories in a 24/7 news cycle while they are breaking right in front of you? In this 24/7 news world, speed is important, but the cost of errors is a loss of trust from your audience. Journalists make mistakes when... - MORE -

Body cameras bill to go to Gov. Evers’ desk

The Wisconsin State Assembly on Thursday approved a bill on a voice vote that would establish statewide rules for how police use body cameras. The measure was approved Wednesday by the State Senate and now goes to Gov. Tony Evers. The bill was the product of a Legislative Study Committee... - MORE -

Conference to focus on journalism ethics, crisis in local news

The Center for Journalism Ethics will host its 12th annual journalism ethics conference at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery in Madison. Titled “Journalism Ethics & the Crisis in Local News” the conference will be held April 24 and is free and open to the public.  This conference will bring together... - MORE -

In Depth

Election Process

Wisconsin generally has two elections every year, a Spring election and a Fall election.  But then the complications start: each of these “General” Elections in spring and fall can be, and most often are, preceded by a “Primary” Election, held 60 days prior to the General Election.  The Governor, in... - MORE -