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Tag Archives: News Librarianship
Agnes Henebry Roll of Honor Award Recipient: Chris Hardesty, The Wall Street Journal Presenter: Charlie Campo, Retired, Bangor Daily News I think that most of us have a Chris Hardesty memory. He’s always been there to help and to arrange … Continue reading
The Maine State Library recognized Charlie Campo for receiving the Joseph F. Kwapil Memorial Award at the SLA News Division’s annual banquet earlier this month. Read about it here.
Former Bangor Daily News chief librarian Charlie Campo wins highest honor from news librarian association
The Bangor Daily News writes about Charlie Campo, who received the Joseph F. Kwapil Memorial Award at the SLA News Division awards banquet on Monday night. Campo retired from the Bangor Daily News last fall, after 33 years of archiving … Continue reading
Gina Lubrano, Readers Representative for the San Diego Union-Tribune, profiles the library and its staff in her column. "The library has always been an important tool for the newspaper. Its importance grows with each passing day and each new skill … Continue reading
Fixing Journalism: The Washington Post’s Derek Willis has challenged news librarians and researchers to be information technology evangelists in their newsroom, after publishing an essay on what’s wrong with journalism on his TheScoop website. The link was posted to NewsLib … Continue reading
Mission Critical: Reshaping news librarianship for the 21st Century The SLA News Division and Poynter Institute are teaming up to offer this workshop about the role of leadership in news organizations. Participants will examine how to select mission critical services, … Continue reading