In this issue: The Pulitzer stories; Journalists and scientists meet Nov.14 to discuss environmental journalism; Sources help Daily News expose bad water supply; coverage of decline in songbirds, amphibians and trees; and more.
Journalism & Media
A federal district judge ruled that agencies can't use delay to create secrecy when the Freedom of Information Act requires them to disclose records.
"Attorney General Michael Mukasey and three other top Bush administration officials are weighing in against legislation that would allow reporters to protect the identities of confidential sources..."
Environmental reporters who want to keep track of accidents on their beats may want to know about these useful tools and resources.
Journalists by their very nature love change. Change is news. Change is good. And now change is everywhere. Bud Ward reports.
SEJ's annual conference helps reporters understand complex subjects like coal, nuclear power and climate change — and the Obama administration's stance thereon. SEJ President Christy George explains.