SEJournal Spring 2007, Vol.17 No. 1

May 15, 2007

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

Cover: Developing Credibility Is Key In Local Nuclear-Plant Coverage
 By TOM HENRY

Inside Story: Web Publication Uses Data To Tell Complex Air-Toxics Story
 By MIKE DUNNE

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Features

Cover: Developing Credibility Is Key In Local Nuclear-Plant Coverage
 By TOM HENRY

Inside Story: Web Publication Uses Data To Tell Complex Air-Toxics Story
 By MIKE DUNNE

Investigating Water: So What Happens When Water Turns Black?
 By RON SEELY

Global Warming At Freezing Sundance '07
 By JOANN M. VALENTI

Columns

President's Report: Help Keep SEJ And The Environment In The Spotlight
 ByTIM WHEELER

E-Reporting Biz: E-Journalists May Fit Well Into Complex, Converged Media Future
 By BUD WARD

 

SEJ News:

The Future of Newspapers: Websites, TV Reports And More

 By JEFF BURNSIDE

Media On The Move: Books On Raising Chickens, Green Burials, Plus Some Awards

 By JACKLEEN de LA HARPE

September In Palo Alto.  How Sweet!

 By  CHRIS BOWMAN

SEJ Challenge Grant Update: $64,000 Needed By May 31

Bits & Bytes: How Many Times Did He Say "Global Climate Change"?
 By DAVID POULSON

Research News Roundup: Science Content Up; Readers Expect Local Media To Be Watchdogs
By JAN KNIGHT

Reporter's Toolbox: The Moving Images Of Video Inspire People To Read
 By KEN WEISS

The Beat: Climate Change Moves To The Front Burner At Most News Outlets
 By MIKE DUNNE

Book Shelf

"Grave Matters: A Journey Through the Modern Funeral Industry to a Natural Way of Burial"
By Mark Harris
Scribner, $24
Reviewed by JIM MOTAVALLI

"The Great Lakes Water Wars"
By Peter Annin
Island Press, $25.95
Reviewed By TOM HENRY

"The Creation: An Appeal to Save Life on Earth"
by E. O. Wilson
W. W. Norton & Co., $21.95
Reviewed By TOM HENRY