Send us your

company news! Share

your organization's information.

Send releases to

contact@
syracusepressclub.org
 
 

Syracuse Press Club

Annual Awards

Dinner

May 3, 2014

at Drumlins. Make your
Reservations Now! 

 Follow syrpressclub on Twitter
Poynter.
  • The people you meet on West Florissant (and what they think about the press)

    It’s hot on Thursday night, the heavy Missouri humidity back after an unusually cool summer. Up and down West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson, Missouri, people wipe the sweat from their heads, faces and necks.

    Tammy Norman, though, is not dressed for a protest. She walks up to the roped-off area in a parking lot where CNN’s set up under a white tent, with tangles of cords and cameras and men standing like guards outside. She holds her phone and a disposable camera.

    St. Louis resident Tammy Norman came out Thursday night to get a photo with Anderson Cooper.

    “I see exactly who I came to see,” she says as she moves closer. Her hair’s pulled back in a neat ponytail and she wears a black and white houndstooth dress.… Read more

  • How Argus Radio livestreams from Ferguson

    If you’ve watched livestream night-vision footage of police clashing with protesters in Ferguson, Missouri, or chanting, marching protesters, you probably saw at least some of that from Argus Radio.

    But the independent, digital, volunteer-operated St. Louis, Missouri, station wasn’t livestreaming before a police officer shot and killed Michael Brown on Saturday, Aug. 9. A few days after that, their equipment arrived in the mail. Argus Radio’s Mustafa Hussein planned to offer livestreaming concerts to help independent musicians. When he saw what was happening in Ferguson, he grabbed the new gear, came to Ferguson on the night of Wednesday, August 13th, and started streaming.

    Hussein has made news already. Huffington Post’s Michael Calderone wrote about Hussein and his operation. The Washington Post’s Andrea Peterson wrote about Hussein getting threatened by police while covering Ferguson.… Read more

  • HuffPost’s Ferguson Fellow: ‘This is huge for me’

    Stewart.

    Mariah Stewart hasn’t always been sure about her future in journalism. She remembers calling her mom in tears on her way to a feature writing class late last year, unsure if she’d be able to finish journalism school. She was having trouble finding a beat she was passionate about, and it was making her anxious.

    That changed when she began reporting on the shooting of Michael Brown. Stewart, a 23-year-old freelance journalist who graduated from Lindenwood University in May, started covering Brown’s shooting days after it occurred in Ferguson, Missouri, without any financial backing because “it was news,” she said.

    This week, the story suddenly turned into a yearlong assignment for Stewart after she was named the recipient of The Huffington Post’s Ferguson Fellowship. … Read more

Wall of Distinction Honorees
Filter     Display # 
# Article Title Author Hits
1 Addington, Harold Administrator 2971
2 Apikian, Nevart Administrator 3130
3 Atseff, Tim Administrator 3441
4 Ayers, Liz Administrator 6566
5 Barsha, Jerry Administrator 4165
6 Bliven, Luther Administrator 3669
7 Brigham, Andy Administrator 4559
8 Bunn, Tim Administrator 6857
9 Carey, Bill Administrator 5048
10 Case, Dick Administrator 4375
11 Clark, Wesley Administrator 3184
12 Curtis, Ron Administrator 5824
13 Daugherty, Jean Administrator 5263
14 Duffy, Nancy Administrator 3171
15 Edwards, Don Administrator 4870
16 Eilenberg, Carl Administrator 4426
17 Ennis, Paul Administrator 3404
18 Franklin-King, Karin Administrator 2883
19 Funeral Arrangements for Jerry Barsha Lou Gulino 3201
20 Gallinger, Roy Administrator 2699
21 Ganley, Joe Administrator 3623
22 Gorman, J. Leonard Administrator 4729
23 Graeff, Ron Administrator 7317
24 Green, Maureen Administrator 7841
25 Griffin, Eddie Administrator 2829
26 Grunfeld, Walter Administrator 3363
27 Haggart, Robert Administrator 4281
28 Hand-Wright, Laura Administrator 10116
29 Hart Seely Lou Gulino 5610
30 Henderson, Emanuel "Blair" Administrator 3459
31 Heyman, Fred Administrator 3771
32 Hillegas, Fred Administrator 3257
33 Hofmann, Phillip Administrator 3103
34 Janis Barth Lou Gulino 5923
35 John Krauss Lou Gulino 3876
36 Jones, Alexander Administrator 2917
37 LaRue, Arlene Administrator 2960
38 Long, Richard Administrator 4232
39 Loomis, Linda Administrator 3773
40 Mareiniss, Joel Administrator 5015
41 Morse, Jack Administrator 3775
42 O'Leary, Cornelius Administrator 3472
43 Parton, Red Administrator 6766
44 Peterson, Art Administrator 3050
45 Pinckney, Leo Administrator 3009
46 Porcello, Joseph Administrator 4445
47 Price, Mike Administrator 6211
48 Robert Atkinson Lou Gulino 4307
49 Robinson, Jackie Administrator 6718
50 Robinson, Rosemary Administrator 3044
51 Rogers, Stephen Administrator 3536
52 Rogers, Stephen A. Administrator 2992
53 Ron Lombard Lou Gulino 6947
54 Rossi, Frank Administrator 3760
55 Rossi, Mario Administrator 3696
56 Roth, A. Brohmann Administrator 2698
57 Schartz, Veronica Administrator 3132
58 Shepperd, Walt Administrator 3159
59 Smokes, Saundra Administrator 3702
60 Sparrow, Kenneth Administrator 3036
61 Speziale, Donna Administrator 3087
62 Sylvahn, J. Luther Administrator 3467
63 Vadeboncoeur, E.R. Administrator 5448
64 Vadeboncoeur, Joan Administrator 3495
65 Vanderveer, Karel "Bud" Administrator 3639
66 Vosburgh, Lois Administrator 2861
67 Wood, Rod Administrator 3649
 
 "Don’t be deluded into believing that the titular heads of the networks control what appears on their networks. They all have better taste."
--Edward R. Murrow

Wall of Distinction


Don Edwards

WSYR / WSTM-TV

Club President: 1965

The road to success for Don Edwards started in a small southern Ohio village and led to the general manager job at a major Syracuse television station, and later to the top job in the broadcast journalism department at Syracuse University's Newhouse School.
Read more...Link

Who's Online?

We have 13 guests online

Search