xt72fq9q5129 https://nyx.uky.edu/dips/xt72fq9q5129/data/mets.xml Kentucky Kentucky Press Association Kentucky Press Service University of Kentucky. School of Journalism 1999 Call Number: PN4700.K37 Issues not published 1935 Aug - 1937 Oct, 1937 Jul - 1937 Aug, 1939 Oct - Dec, 1940 Jan - Mar, 1951 Aug - 1956 Sep. Includes Supplementary Material:  2005/2006, Kentucky High School Journalism Association contest 2004-2005, Advertising excellence in Kentucky newspapers 2003-2005, Excellence in Kentucky newspapers newsletters  English Lexington, KY.: School of Journalism, University of Kentucky Contact the Special Collections Research Center for information regarding rights and use of this collection. The Kentucky Press Press -- Kentucky -- Periodicals The Kentucky Press, August 1999 Vol.70 No.8 text The Kentucky Press, August 1999 Vol.70 No.8 1999 2019 true xt72fq9q5129 section xt72fq9q5129 l . . . I i .-
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,1 KHSJA begins third year i
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; I"? 7'" ' 3“. * By LISA CARNAHAN their local high schools to ensure i
. A g R KPA News Bureau their participation in KHS‘JA. I
i . .1, ”(NWT Publishers at Kentucky news- "All of us at communit} news- I
g ;:.2‘ N“ ‘3 1 . ; liai- papers have been invited to partic- papers know just how tight the job
3 . .- u I; . . 1'? ipate in a membership drive for the market has gotten. We should do
: ' ~ ' . Kentucky ngh SChOOI Journalism evervthing we can to develop more
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,; 1 _ a _ , 2 Assoc1ation (KHSJAI- ‘ homegrown talent. That s why I /
f: a» i - . . ‘T _ The first year KPA formed the think we should all pay for our
k ‘ hlgh SChQOI organization. free local high school journalism teach- ,
g , i! . ‘ . g ”a membership was offered to every ers‘ membership in KHSJA. Think
I t i ., ' . .. .7 g. ’ high school m Kentucky for a year. ofit as an investment in the future
’ iii“ A? V Thls was made p0ss1ble by the suc— of our business — like a good _ w
_ , . _ [a . 4 . cessful fundraismg drive involvmg insurance policy." said David / /
.3 . ‘ . .. .- . . * KPA member newspapers and the Greer, publisher of The Kentucky
Buck Ryan, director of UK’s School of Journalism and ASSOClate§ DIVISIOH- That yeah 1’3 Standard. Bardstown.
j Telecommunications (standing) works with Jill Lewis, a high school SChOOlS Signed up as members 01" "While schools have money for /
") journalism teacher from Corbin High School on layout and design. KHSJA. Last year, yearly dues of teachers to join organizationghke "/”\\
i ' ' ' ' - ' $50 per school was established and p - ' i \
, Lewns is a former reporter for the Corbin Times Tribune. KHS J A, there S often a lot of red
I" a total 0f 86 SChOOIS across tape involvedin getting the money ..
Summer workshop 21 success Kemumkmned KHSJA. That was W * '
” “KHSJA has met With early from 'oinin rofessional organiza-
' By LISA CARNAHAN July 29—30 for a training workshop success in its first two years and . «l, g p “ .. .. , ) -.
. , . . . tions. Greer added. Since hiAis
. KPA News Bureau sponsored by the Kentucky High we re committed to building on willin for exam le 'ust to deduct
. They came to learn how to teach a School Journalism Association and UK. that positive start," said KPA th IEHSJA p b‘ J ‘h' 0 , ‘
‘ high schooljournalism class or advisea It’s the third year for the “BaSiC EXGCUtiVG Director David T- f e sh me;n (frs le ms “82}
, student publication — or at least how SurViva-l COUTSG for Beginning Thompson. “Last year’s state con- drornt our .. :re Ota fawn“; “k9 ,
. to do it better. And team they did. The JO‘Jmal‘Sm TeaChe’S and 1‘ (”W 33 vention was the largest gathering Ti“ ever]: 3Y9 0 “’1‘ e 1‘“ '9? '
1‘ only complaint heard during the two teachers to the campus for sessrons of high schooljournalists and their 1 at" ma es 1t comp ete 3 pain-
. day workshop was, “We need more rangmgfrom bas1c layout and des1gn teachers in the state’s history with ess. .
2- time ,, to legal issues. 748 attending.” The recent letter to publishers
' Teachers from across the state The sesswns were taught by a mix Several newspapers have indi- outllning the mvttation for them
I gathered at the University ofKentucky See WORKSHOP, page 12 cated an interest in sponsoring See SPONSOR, page 12 . .
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State transportatlon offic1als hear medla complaints , _. - _v .. .
KT’A News Bureau “Newspapers frequently ask public officnals to stop passmg the 2.352;;
f Just how hard is it for a buck and accept some blame for a bad situation — and Codell did
j Feporter ttot get basic irlipforrrigtilotr‘; just that.” . . K
. mm a s a e agency 1n ran 0 . _ . . . _ :1: g '1; , of:
That depends on the agency. And w_ - - .. -- . ‘
' i what happens when responding to at the table and talking it out. They T. Thompson sent a letter to 1 . ' ' ' 1 _
. even the simplest of requests is took their own advice on July 26 Transportation Secretary James is v _-:
' treated like an act of Congress? and held a meeting with Kentucky Codell. outlining the deteriorating g}
Newspapers often editorialize Transportation Cabinet officials in problem. In it. he requested a ineet~ ?‘€“*”"i§
over conflicts between public offi- an effort to improve the strained ing. (‘odell accepted the imitation tzfifil‘hfi’gfifi‘fttfii . i
. cials and urge them to try the com- relationship between reporters and and met xxitli KI’A l‘t‘l‘ll’t'sl‘liiitl i".t‘ gasiégggshgg:
inon sense approach —— sitting down the department. fizzfiprtstigsil '
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me understand why he’s such a good editor. longer read, 1 rearrange. Every newspaper Sm”. cific muscles and his nimble moves
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see, notjust the stories that pop up on computer I find a mistake, a lack of clarity or a ”(7,“.de Tim Duncan showed why observers think he is
' screens, but also highway billboards, bIUrbs on sentence, I immediately and automatically the leagues best. player. Witching 533 pointS. 1'6
restaurant menus, even notes inside church bul- think: “How am I going to fix this?" ”mum“ “”d ”V” “Wk-Y"
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‘ ofits daily community newspapers. to support strong but honorable Tim Jones ’ work-around for this problem is to
The Gannett Newspaper investigative reporting; a deep con- Pl partition the drive into volumes
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Conduct for Newsrooms state that media; a need to address the increase Have you hilt] trouble WI”) Partitioning the drive will also
the division is committed to: in lawsuits focusing on news—gather- Quark )‘cpress‘gsz givmg out ”f decrease the size of its allocation »
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0 Maintaining independence The guidelines will be circulat— Powermac G3! It occurred aft” “(10 A 2K8 £3“, woiild therefor
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Among recommended practices newsroom employees and will be on one page. I sent 3 “0“? t0 tl ‘kpyl .. U th _' . . (: Q’K \‘
are guidelines on the use of shared with prospective job candi- Quark and got this reply from Lisa ) ournianng ( n mdmm” ' J ,7
unnamed sources. The guidelines dates. In addition, the principles Bradshaw 0f Quark Tt‘ChniCill SUP- “nus? ) (I‘ . . .
also forbid lying to get a story, mis- will be shared with the public port: “T ".11er mmmlmmn ”I’m” /
statements of identity or intent, through the newspapers and in pre- “There is a known problem p‘llrtmnmng Pym” (ir'vw‘ “it” t” .
fabrications, plagiarism, misleading sentations at public forums and where this error czm occur inti‘r‘ Wm hardly“? ‘Mimnmmmm ”r /
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1 slanting of the news. The guidelines (Reprinted from the Juli/August f running on a machine with a hard See DR. TECH. page 6
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deSIgned to teach StUdentS how to 1999‘2000 SChOOl year. “PFCSS candidate WIII help our newspaper grow With ‘- i‘. \\ '
- create a classroom newspaper has Ahead!” will be released by Oct. 1. our community by working With existing cus— .2 ‘3‘ i
been initiated by the Newspaper NIE Week 2000 will be held tomeis and finding new ones Must have §I "
: Association of America Foundation March 6-10, 2000. As part of NIE sales 5""‘5 and expellencev as we“ as 0'93' E. It
with additional sponsorship from Week, students participating in the “‘Zationa' and “me’managemem Sk'l's 2- i
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I —--—-—-—-————-——— I nationwide study conducted by the the sobering results of a survey of tile. ‘
I I By Jerry Hilliard I American Society of Newspaper journalists conducted by the Pew The ASNE's credibility study
I. I & Randy Hines I Editors as part of a tlireoyearjour- Research (‘enter The center sum identifies several "niacro' problems I .
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