Monthly Archives: March 2023

Free training offered on integrity and leadership

Poynter is offering the following free in-person educational opportunity. Check it out In person and online, September 2023 through April 2024Funded by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, this fellowship for public media journalists is designed to strengthen news leadership skills and the ability to make ethical decisions. Over nine... - MORE -

Column: Opees awards honor and chastise 

For the 17th consecutive year, the Wisconsin Freedom of Information Council has named its annual Openness in Government Awards, or Opees, in honor of national Sunshine Week, March 12-18.  Five winners and one loser were selected from among an uncommonly large number of nominations. And the Opees go to:... - MORE -

UW to host conference on “Ethics, Urgency, Climate Journalism”

The Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison will host its 14th annual journalism ethics conference at the Wisconsin Institutes for Discovery on Friday, April 28, 2023, in Madison, Wisconsin. The conference is free, open to the public and made possible by generous sponsorships from craig newmark philanthropies... - MORE -

Taylor returns to WKOW-TV as evening anchor

Brandon Taylor has been named Evening News Anchor at WKOW-TV in Madison. Taylor will join Anchor Amber Noggle and the rest of WKOW’s evening team behind the news desk every weeknight. The announcement was made Friday by Anna Engelhart, General Manager of WKOW. “We’re thrilled to find someone with such... - MORE -