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nahjsouthflorida.org — Curious about latest journalism techniques? We'll teach you everything under the sun. The NAHJ South Florida Chapter and the South Florida Chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists have teamed up to present the 2013 NAHJ/SPJ Miami Regional Conference. An opening reception is Friday, July 12, followed by an intense one-day conference on Saturday, July 13.
myemail.constantcontact.com — CAIR-FL says Matusitz, an associate professor in the UCF Nicholson School of Communication, is "membership director" for the anti-Muslim hate group ACT! for America and bizarrely claims Germany will "become an Islamic republic by 2050." ACT!
nahj12.com — NAHJ is proud to announce the 12 college students selected from across the country for the "George Ramos Student Projects." The students will write and produce a multimedia web site during the 2013 Excellence in Journalism conference in Anaheim, Calif. The student projects was named after the late George Ramos, who passed away in 2011.George was...
cir.ca — Google, Facebook, and Microsoft asked the U.S. government on June 11 for permission to inform users when a Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) court order compels sharing of user data. Such orders are accompanied by gag orders that prevent the companies from publicly discussing the matter.
orlandosentinel.com — Prosecutors and defense attorneys have settled on 40 prospective jurors to move on to the second round of questioning in the George Zimmerman second-degree murder trial. After being questioned about potential hardships that could keep them from serving, and what they knew about the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford in February 2012.
orlandosentinel.com — Orange County is meeting to discuss allowing backyard chickens. Fans of fresh eggs in Orange County have something to cluck about: Backyard hens may soon be allowed beyond Orlando city limits. The city began allowing "urban chickens" in coops as part of a pilot program last year, and other local governments have been watching the results.
orlandosentinel.com — WASHINGTON -- Add this to your worry list: Orbiting somewhere near Earth are an estimated 13,000 asteroids big enough to level a city -- and NASA has no clue as to when, where -- and if -- they might strike.
orlandosentinel.com — The trial of George Zimmerman continues this morning, as attorneys are getting closer to a milestone in their effort to find a jury panel to try him in the shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin. Lawyers in the case have been questioning potential jurors individually since June 10 on the topic of pretrial publicity - what jurors know, and what their opinions are, on the high-profile case.
orlandosentinel.com — SeaWorld Orlando's waterpark Aquatica brought out a ringer to lead the class for the "World's Largest Swimming Lesson" Tuesday. Three-time Olympic gold medalist and Winter Haven native Rowdy Gaines kicked off the lesson at the park's wave pool, where more than 140 kids participated in learning a few swimming basics.
orlandosentinel.com — This photo of Walt Disney, taken with his personal camera, was made at his home in California. More rarely seen photos are now available for free on the website of D23, the official Disney fan club. (D23.com) Never-before-released pictures of Walt Disney -- taken from his personal camera -- are now available on the website of D23, the official Disney fan club.
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