Brenden Miniter of The Dallas Morning News: “My theory of change was that we’re not elected officials so we can’t change the law, but we can inform the public.”
One retired news publisher comes to SMU to speak to students about media ethics.
Jim Moroney, retired publisher of The Dallas Morning News, spoke of public mistrust in the media at the 19th annual Sammons Media Ethics Lecture.
Sara Whitely and Caroline Hogan explain why emergency personnel are called to the SMU campus, and why young smokers should be ware.
The George W. Bush Presidential Center hosted ‘The People, the Presidency and the Press’ event from June 2-3 to commemorate 100 years of Pulitzer Prizes.
This year marks the 100th anniversary of the Pulitzer Prizes, as well as the 52nd anniversary of the first Pulitzer won by a Dallas newspaper.
Mong comments on how the Dallas Morning News is adapting to the new digital age.