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Author: Karen Ducey

Join the Society of Professional Journalists - Western Washington chapter for our annual end-of-season bash as we honor the region's top journalists with awards, scholarships, and grants on Monday, July 1st at 6 p.m. at Optimism Brewing in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood. Each ticket comes with...

Documentary photographers - we've got some opportunities for you! The annual SPJ Western Washington Passion Projects award is now open. Washington state photojournalists with a strong story idea and top-notch portfolio are encouraged to compete for awards of $2,000 and $1,000. This year we’re also offering...

!(function(src,cb){var s=document.createElement('script');s.src=src;s.async=true;if(s.readyState){s.onreadystatechange=function(){if(s.readyState=='loaded'||s.readyState=='complete'){s.onreadystatechange=null;cb();}};}else{s.onload=function(){cb();};}document.getElementsByTagName('head')[0].appendChild(s);})('//mediaplayer.invintusmedia.com/app.js',function(){Invintus.launch({"clientID":"9375922947","eventID":"2018021090","simple":true,"startStreamAt":120,"stopStreamAt":2521});});   The Washington state Senate held a hearing Feb. 7 to discuss media consolidation and its impact on jobs and public information. Government officials, industry experts and journalists voiced their opinions on topics ranging from corporate mergers, to job loss and wage decreases, to the loss...

The Society of Professional Journalists Western Washington chapter will offer its annual “Passion Project” grant for Northwest photojournalists beginning this Spring 2017. The Pew Research Center reported photographers and visual journalists have been the newsroom staffers hit hardest by layoffs throughout the United States. Their jobs...