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Knee deep in the hoopla: this week on Fresh Powder

The lede Well, we had a good run, journalism and the movies. For some time now, Hollywood’s been a hero-making machine for journalists and their likenesses on the big screen (see, most recently, Julia Stiles portraying journalist Jessica Pressler in “Hustlers”: Boring, yes, but a good reporter). But now, a nasty fight is breaking out […]

The SNO Report: FLEX improvements to Sports, Staff Profiles and Breaking News

Our latest update to FLEX includes subtle improvements to staff profiles, bylines, breaking news headlines, sports scores, and the Sports Center add-on. 1. Perhaps the first change you’ll notice is in how the relationship between the Writer’s Name field on stories and your Staff Profiles is more clearly stated. When you start typing a Writer’s […]

The SNO Report: Schedule a meeting with us in D.C.

Two weeks from tomorrow, our team will be marching on the Marriott, extension cords and water bottles in tow, for the JEA/NSPA Fall National High School Journalism Convention in Washington D.C. As always, we’re there for you and we hope you’ll stop by our booth at the trade show (1-7 p.m. Thursday; 8 a.m.-4 p.m. Friday) to […]

Vaping, climate change, football and more: last month on Best of SNO

Another month down, another 2,700 stories submitted to Best of SNO, and some really great content. While we’ve received tons of pieces related to our Assignment Desk topic — vaping — we’ve also seen students coming up with some really unique story angles to stories and taking advantage of our more advanced story page templates to help their content […]

It’s a bear dance: this week on Fresh Powder

A summary of journalism news and pop culture brought to you by   The lede In Ann Arbor, Mich., it’s been a decade since the local daily newspaper shut down and The Michigan Daily, the university’s daily student newspaper, assumed the role. “We’ve been given this mantle of holding the powerful accountable, five nights a week, with […]