Press Rights 101: Understand your newsgathering rights and limitations in California
Join us! A leading media lawyer and press advocate will give a comprehensive overview of legal protections and practical considerations for covering protests, filming police in the field and more — with a Q&A!
Saturday, April 23 | 10-11:30 a.m. PT
Get more information and the link to register here: https://mediaworkers.org/press-rights-101-understand-newsgathering-rights-and-limitations-in-california/
Asian American Journalists Association, Los Angeles
California News Publishers Association
First Amendment Coalition
Los Angeles Press Club
Media Guild of the West
(NABJ) National Association of Black Journalists, Los Angeles Chapter
National Association of Hispanic Journalists
NPPA - National Press Photographers Association
Pacific Media Workers Guild
SPJ Northern California
Tupac Shakur’s Artist Development and Image Consultant Coach Donovan ‘The Don Killuminati’ co-founder of 2PAC Reveals Never-Before-Told Origins of 2PAC and ThugLife Theories in Tell-All EBook 2PACOLOGY THE ARTIST.
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Must-Read Entrepreneurs Guide to Success in the Music Business Available for Workshops, Book Readings, and Lectures.
We can't let others Tell Our Stories.
The Los Angeles Press Club's 64th SoCal Journalism Awards Contest will soon consider the exceptional work of journalists in our region.
The men and women of your Los Angeles Fire Department have been honored to work with many of this year's contestants, including KTLA 5 News' Photojournalist Phil Ige, who will be considered for his story "Saving Jacob" that highlighted the successful rescue by witnesses, LAFD 9-1-1 dispatchers and responders, of a local teen in cardiac arrest.
Most importantly, Phil's well-crafted story (not seen in its entirety here), underscored the importance of calling 9-1-1 promptly, closely following the telecommunicators instructions, as well as the benefit of witness CPR and early civilian access to defibrillators.
Thanks Phil, and our best wishes in the competition!
Shout out to our VERY own Jim Farmer !!
The Los Angeles Press Club's 14th Annual National Arts and Entertainment Journalism Awards were announced. Congrats to Jim for taking second place in the Theater Feature category.
Thank you to the Golden Globes for this article and to the Los Angeles Press Club for my nomination to the upcoming National Arts & Entertainment Journalism Awards.
Congrats also to my Tweet Ruben V. Nepales for his nominations in the NA&EJ Awards.
Kudos to all the nominees! (Photo by Filbert Diego Kung HMU: Joel Vera Sebastian)
Click on the link below to read more on the Golden Globes website:
just realized I'm a finalist in the Los Angeles Press Club National A&E Journalist Awards for the Los Angeles Magazine article I wrote about the Billie Eilish documentary, "The World's A Little Blurry"
let's get this!!
here's the article: just realized I'm a finalist in the National A&E Journalist Awards for the article I wrote about the documentary, "The World's A Little Blurry"
let's get this!!!
here's the article: https://www.lamag.com/culturefiles/billie-eilish-documentary-rj-cutler/
Miss my talk with Los Angeles Press Club? Don’t worry — you can watch a recording of the event!
We discussed my book, Just Not That Likable, and the double bind that women face. As I explained at the event, when it comes to leadership, especially in the corporate world and certainly in the political world, women are judged according to a very different standard and held to a different metric when it comes to ‘likability.’ Women are constrained to operate within more narrow emotional channels.
to catch the full discussion.
Thank you WIRED for publishing my story about buying 20 dresses at Macy's to find the perfect one for the Los Angeles Press Club awards!
to Zulekha Nathoo, who was awarded a 2021 Los Angeles Press Club Southern California Journalism Award for "Searching for Solace" on Feet in 2 Worlds' 'A Better Life?' Podcast 👏 Listen here:
LOOK: Watch! our live broadcast virtual conversation with Award-Winning Journalist, Janet R. Nepales. Sharing her recognition at the and her latest fashion book called . In addition, what films are to watch during the award seasons. The Golden Globe Awards will be virtual or in person?
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Congratulations to LMU Magazine for taking first place in the Los Angeles Press Club's Southern California Journalism Awards! The "Off Press" podcast with former LMU Men's Basketball coach Paul Westhead won for sports reporting amid competition from NPR and KCRW. bit.ly/LMUmPodcastAward
Steve Roberts shares the extraordinary life and legacy of his wife, the legendary journalist Cokie Roberts -- a trailblazer for women -- as remembered by family and her friends in a panel conversation with Nina Totenberg, Martha Raddatz and Judy Woodruff.
Watch this virtual event on Tuesday, November 2, 2021, 6pmPT. RSVP for complimentary link to watch the event. Signed copies (bookplate) of COKIE: A LIFE WELL LIVED available ($38)
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