Tag Archives: Newseum

Al Neuharth’s legacy included support of journalism education

A legend in modern-day journalism died yesterday – Al Neuharth, the founder of USA Today. I’ve read a number of the stories following his death that talk about his life and work in journalism, but those stories haven’t talked about an important part of his legacy – his contributions to journalism education. I’ve been fortunate […]

2, 4, 6, 8 — Another live-blogging update: Cheryl Pell’s design tips

by Casey Kochey and Christine Eschenfelder Cheryl Pell is the next up with more tech tips for instructors: 3. Cheryl says to bookmark some of your favorite sites for design inspiration, showing a great clip on Vimeo, which she has tucked away for another day.  She also talked about Cover Junkie, a site which stores […]

Newseum provides newspaper front pages online

In a Google search to find the photo of a newspaper front page to use in today’s lecture on newspaper design and terminology, I was delighted to discover that the Newseum’s online site includes a section of daily newspaper front pages. You can sort the newspaper selection by country or state and have great examples […]