Professional Journalists give ethical advice to students at Ethics in Media Symposium

On Wednesday April 17 at 2:30 P.M., the Southeastern Arts & Lectures Committee and the Southeastern Dept. of Languages and Communication held, “Ethics in the Media: A Symposium”.  Three Southeastern Alumni, Danny Heitman of The Advocate, Paul Purpura of The Time Picayune/NOLA.com, and Stacey Plaisance Jenkins of Associated Press, gave advice on maintaining ethics in
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The Advocate builds presence in New Orleans

The Advocate’s debut as a daily paper in New Orleans has raised concerns about whether or not it will serve as an effective replacement for dedicated Times-Picayune readers.  New Orleans is a city that has always been known for its tradition, and the Times-Picayune was a reflection of that, until Oct. 1 when it was
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The Advocate sees opportunity in New Orleans area

Baton Rouge, LA – Due to The Times-Picayune moving to a 3 day a week newspaper, Baton Rouge newspaper The Advocate is moving into the New Orleans area.  The Advocate will give the New Orleans area a localized, 7 days a week newspaper and will begin delivering the New Orleans edition on Oct. 1. Carl Redman,
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Times-Picayune fights Advocate daily despite cutbacks

The Times Picayune and the Baton Rouge Advocate papers are finally coming head-to-head, and presenting their options for what they believe will better the news media here in southeast Louisiana. In May, the Times-Picayune announced that they would be scaling back print production to only three days a week, versus their current daily seven, in
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Stop the Presses: The Times Picayune No Longer a Daily Paper

Call it a slow death or a steady decline, The Times Picayune, a 175 year old staple of southeast Louisiana, will soon drop from a daily edition to three days per week: Wednesday, Friday, and Sunday. It’s a change that billionaire businessman Warren Buffett has called unsustainable, but how does this change affect direction of
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