As the costs of NABJ prove to be a challenge for both employed and unemployed journalists, there are many who experience the benefits of the convention for next to little cost. Total attendance for this year’s convention is 1,934.
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When I tell people I’m going to all five minority journalism conferences this summer, they look at me like I’m insane. I’m beginning to understand their sentiments.
NABJ members voted in favor of amending the organization’s nearly 40-year old constitution by a margin of 193 to 46, according to voting results late Friday.
New York Times Executive Editor Dean Baquet and Publisher Arthur O. Sulzberger Jr. stopped by the NABJ Monitor newsroom Friday to discuss the current state of journalism, providing insight on what it takes to remain relevant in today’s digitally focused landscape.
NABJ members passed a motion at a chaotic business meeting Friday requiring the board of directors to post an itemized list of expenses, a vote that came over the opposition of the president and the executive director.
NABJ could cut costs to turn a profit, but the organization’s treasurer said trimming back to avoid a potential $145,000 loss this year does not solve the problem of long-term revenue instability.
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