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This year's midterm elections haven't even been decided yet and already there's a way to analyze them.
A writer who chronicles the personalities in the nation’s capital and a reporter on the world’s biggest technology companies will visit campus as writers in residence.
University of Wisconsin–Madison Chancellor Biddy Martin will lead a dynamic conversation on Wednesday, Sept. 29, with four UW–Madison faculty at the top of their fields to cut through the chatter and tackle the issues at the core of what it means to live in a democracy in 2010.
Time magazine's Joe Klein will stop Monday, Sept. 13 in the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Wisconsin–Madison to talk with students and anyone interested in the state's hot races.
Researchers studying the quality of doctoral programs in communication studies ranked the University of Wisconsin–Madison's joint doctoral program in mass communication first among 102 such programs across the nation.
A team of UW–Madison students took third place in the American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition June 11 in Orlando, Fla.
Finishing school, making rent, finding a first job, hanging out with friends - all top concerns of young adults.
The Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison will honor television broadcaster Tom Bier, vice president and station manager of WISC-TV and Channel 3000.com, with its first "Wisconsin Commitment to Journalism Ethics Award" on Friday, April 30.
New nonprofit journalism centers must protect the integrity of their journalism, no matter how dependent they may be on a limited circle of funders.
A University of Wisconsin–Madison alumnus has earned a Pulitzer Prize, the most prestigious award in journalism, for his reporting from the Middle East on the legacy of the war in Iraq.
While the public relations business took a hit in the recent economic recession along with many other industries, the surge in social networking and new technology gives public relations professionals more opportunities than ever to make their messages resonate.
The U.S. Postal Service has given both of its awards for scholarship on the history of the American postal system to University of Wisconsin–Madison researchers.
Marketing and strategic communication will take center stage at this year’s School of Journalism and Mass Communication annual awards dinner.
Marketing and strategic communication will take center stage at this year's University of Wisconsin–Madison's School of Journalism and Mass Communication annual awards dinner.
Traditional and new journalism values will intersect at the second annual conference on journalism ethics at the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Every day, news media are working to adjust to challenges posed by the new ways information is being exchanged, including how they can develop diversity in the news.
The University of Wisconsin–Madison's School of Journalism and Mass Communication invites the submission of original, nonpublished research papers to be presented at its 2010 "Communication Crossroads" conference on Friday, April 9.
Deborah Blum's husband is a little wary when she gets too close to his coffee cup.
While political bloggers were initially inspired to post their thoughts online as a way to help them blow off steam or articulate new ideas, over time they're driven to blog by a desire to influence mainstream media or public opinion, according to research from the University of Wisconsin–Madison.
Although many industry observers see nonprofit investigative news organizations as the future, the emerging journalism model brings a host of new ethical issues.