RTDNA has created a state-by-state coverage guide regarding cameras in the courtroom.
The database allows users to search and filter by location and policy, providing a comprehensive overview of camera regulations in courtrooms across the United States.
Additionally, the guide offers a detailed examination of laws in each jurisdiction, including
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When Madison Metropolitan School District communications director Tim LeMonds sued
his employer in March to block release of a complaint against him, he claimed there would be grave repercussions if the public were allowed to see the allegations it contained.
Access to the documents, LeMonds’ lawyers argued
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RTDNA has established coverage guidelines for the use of artificial intelligence in the newsroom.
“RTDNA is proud to offer this roadmap for newsrooms as we all come to terms with how AI will impact our world,” said RTDNA President and CEO Dan Shelley. “AI can be a valuable tool for... - MORE -
Twelve WBA member radio and TV stations won 25 regional Murrow Awards from the Radio Television Digital News Association (RTDNA).
RTDNA has been honoring outstanding achievements in electronic journalism with the Edward R. Murrow Awards since 1971. Award recipients demonstrate the spirit of excellence that Murrow set as a standard... - MORE -
A unanimous voice vote by the Wisconsin Senate on a piece of legislation is a rare occurrence. But that’s what happened on April 19, when state senators approved
a bill to undo a decision by the Wisconsin Supreme Court regarding public records.
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Mark McPherson is set to return to Wisconsin as NBC15’s (WMTV-TV’s) next evening anchor/reporter.
McPherson will succeed evening anchor John Stofflet, who announced last summer that he will retire from his current role and sign-off for the final time at the end of this June. His retirement comes as John... - MORE -
Addiction is a complicated disease that affects every community in America. In their work to cover this complex issue, members of the press can inadvertently perpetuate problematic narratives about drug use and addiction that can increase stigma and discrimination towards people with active addiction, in treatment, or in recovery.
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Recently, Wisconsin Watch revealed
how members of the Wisconsin Legislature’s powerful budget committee secretly hold up projects or programs they don’t like.
They often do so, reporter Jacob Resneck found, without following a state law that requires
the committee to schedule a hearing within 14 working days of such an... - MORE -
A Green Bay assignment editor is marking 25 years at WLUK-TV.
Brian Burke will celebrate the anniversary on April 23.
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Poynter is offering the following free in-person educational opportunity. Check it out
In person and online, September 2023 through April 2024
Funded 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 -