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Help Community Journalism Group Raise Money To Continue Vibrant Storytelling

There is a group of investigative journalists (editors, reports, producers), volunteers, and interns who report on Central Brooklyn— and only Central Brooklyn. Their analyses...

BKLYNER Wins 4 Independent Press Awards

BKLYNER received four awards at the 15th Annual Ippies Journalism Awards at the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism last night. We were awarded first place...

We Are Looking For Interns

Rapidly expanding Corner News Media, which runs four hyperlocal news sites in Brooklyn, is looking for energetic interns to cover stories this summer ranging...

Pulitzer Prize-Winning Journalist Paul Moses To Speak At Amity School

As part of the Turkish Cultural Center Brooklyn’s (TCC Brooklyn) “Media Talks” series, the Amity School will host Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and Marine Park...

Murrow Student Paper Wins Best High School Newspaper in NYC Award

The Murrow Network, Edward R. Murrow High School’s school newspaper, won several awards including "Best Overall Print Newspaper in New York City" at this...

Murrow Network Student Paper Takes Top Honors At “The Newsies!”

Edward R. Murrow High School’s newspaper, The Murrow Network, has been bringing scores of readers news that matters from that school’s community since 1974....

Video: Pulitzer Prize Winner Says Media’s Hurricane Sandy Coverage Failed Brooklyn,...

[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w_TzhgST848?rel=0] Paul Moses, a Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter and Marine Park resident, spoke before the Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association on Thursday, discussing the media's lackluster response...

Ditmas Park’s Roger Hodge Is The Oxford American’s New Editor

Ditmas Park neighbor and Texas native Roger Hodge has been appointed editor of The Oxford American, reports the Times. Though Mr. Hodge, 45, lives in...

Whaddya Want?

As it says in the blurb to the right, Sheepshead Bites, the Bay's first and only blog, will cover community meetings, development issues, local...

Answering the Call

Several years ago, as a college undergraduate, I sat in my journalism ethics class and watched as other young, idealistic students discussed the implications...

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Prologue Several years ago, as a college undergraduate, I sat in my journalism ethics class and watched as other young, idealistic students discussed the implications...