Daniel Moore dmoore@post-gazette April 29, 2021 As Linda Wertheimer rode the bus to work ahead of National Public Radio’s first broadcast in 1971, mobs of antiwar protesters tried to throw tear gas canisters through the windows. Braving the nauseating smoke, she finally made it to the fledgling station, where a group of talented and under-paid … Continue reading Three ‘Founding Mothers’ Describe How Women Built NPR
September 8, 2019 | By Alison Fitzgerald Kodjak | email@example.com The National Press Club asked our colleagues in the Bahamas how we can help them to continue reporting the news in the aftermath of Dorian. This was the response from Eugene Duffy, managing editor of the Tribune in Nassau: "Many thanks for your very … Continue reading The National Press Club Offered to Help a Newspaper in the Bahamas. Here’s the Response.
June 14, 2019 | By Jim Kuhnhenn | firstname.lastname@example.org The National Press Club and its Journalism Institute condemn the murder of Mexican journalist Norma Sarabia Garduza and call on Mexican authorities to immediately and thoroughly investigate this cowardly assassination. She is the sixth journalist killed in Mexico this year. Sarabia, who covered crime and … Continue reading National Press Club Calls on Authorities to Investigate Murder of Mexican Journalist.
National Press Club leaders expressed profound concern on October 6, 2018 about the continued disappearance of a Saudi journalist and especially about reports he may have been killed by Saudi government personnel. Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post and a former editor-in-chief of the Saudi newspaper Al-Watan, visited the Saudi consulate in Istanbul … Continue reading National Press Club Outraged by Reports on Missing Saudi Journalist.
Photo/Image: Al Teich August 14, 2018 | By Wesley G. Pippert | PippertW@missouri.edu Former White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer, conceding little in his criticism of the news media, told journalists that journalists need to look at themselves as critically as they look at the Trump administration. Spicer spoke at a National Press Club Headliners … Continue reading Sean Spicer Talks About the Press at National Press Club Headliners event.
Cándido Ríos Vázquez THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB AND ITS NONPROFIT JOURNALISM INSTITUTE JOIN OUR COLLEAGUES AROUND THE GLOBE IN MOURNING THE DEATH OF CANDIDO RIOS VAZQUEZ, A MEXICAN JOURNALIST WHO REPORTED EXTENSIVELY ON CORRUPTION IN HIS COUNTRY. The 57-year-old, who was in a government program to protect journalists because of threats on his life, was gunned … Continue reading Kathy Kiely: “National Press Club, NPC Journalism Institute Stand With Mexico’s Journalists.”
THE FOLLOWING STATEMENT WAS RELEASED ON JUNE 12, 2017 BY THE NATIONAL PRESS CLUB AND ITS JOURNALISM INSTITUTE. (Based in Washington, DC, The National Press Club is “The World’s leading professional organization for journalists.” The club’s non-profit Journalism Institute works to advance the profession by providing training and advocating for press freedom.) "Of all the assaults … Continue reading National Press Club, Journalism Institute Say ‘No’ to Senate Press Gatekeeper.
April 19, 2017 | By Tierney Plumb | email@example.com JOURNLISTS ARE FACING A GAMUT OF UNPRECEDENTED CHALLENGES DURING PRESIDENT TRUMP'S ADMINISTRATION: DENIED ACCESS, OUTRIGHT FALSEHOODS, AND LACK OF AVAILABLE INFORMATION, TO NAME A FEW. On Wednesday, April 19, the National Press Club Journalism Institute, the Club’s professional training affiliate, joined forces with another non-profit dedicated to … Continue reading Reporting on the Turbulent Trump Administration