In collaboration with the Video Association of Dallas , the Press Club is proud to sponsor : Killing the Messenger: The Deadly Cost of News. Come join in- Thursday, October 9th, 9:30 to 11 PM, Alamo Draft House in Richardson. Killing The Messenger: The Deadly Cost of News is more than an important movie about […]
[slideshow_deploy id=’4270′] The Press Club joined forces with PRSA Dallas, IABC, and NIRI for this year’s Joint Communicators’ Happy Hour; Wednesday, June 18th at Trinity Hall- Mockingbird Station. Members enjoyed the camaraderie and networking and we plan on holding a few more joint networkers; so stay tuned..
It is understandable that members of the U.S. Senate would have difficulty defining a journalist in attempts to draft shield legislation to protect the news media from intrusive subpoenas. See McClatchy. The government has a legitimate concern in protecting not just members of the news media but also bloggers. And yet government need not extend the […]
The digital age and social media have brought an entirely new dimension to communication in all areas of news media and professional communication. The possibilities of truthful and candid communication as well as interactivity between institutions and the public have been enhanced greatly. So, too, have the possibilities of manufactured communication, false identities and cyber-bullying. […]
University of Texas at Austin sophomore and Flower Mound resident Rachel Robillard has been announced as the recipient of the Press Club of Dallas Foundation’s $5,000 scholarship for the 2013-14 academic year. A graduate of Flower Mound High School where she was student body president, a water polo varsity player and assistant coach of the […]
At its board meeting on June 15, 2013, the Press Club of Dallas board approved the following candidates for board positions for 2013-2015: Tony Pederson – President Tony Pederson holds the rank of professor and is the Belo Distinguished Chair in Journalism at Southern Methodist University. In that position he chairs the Division of Journalism […]
At a special membership meeting held on May 6, 2013, several constitutional changes which had been circulated to the members were approved. These changes were recommended by a strong majority of the board of directors. The short version of the changes: Nominating two candidates for each board position is no longer required. The size of […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 10, 2013 Living Legends of North Texas Journalism Announced by Press Club of Dallas The Press Club of Dallas has announced the election of 10 journalists as Living Legends of North Texas Journalism. They will be honored at a reception and ceremony at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, May 23 at the […]
Long-time Club member and contributor to the Annual Gridiron Show passed away in her sleep on Sunday, April 28. Link to Dallas Morning News Obituary 1979 Gridiron Show 1994 Gridirion Show There will be a gathering to remember Patsy on Saturday, June 8th at 2:00 PM at the Brookhaven Country Club.
Orit Gadiesh, the first female Chairman of any large consulting firm (in her case, Bain & Company) will be in Dallas on Wednesday, May 8 to speak for the Council. Orit presented at the World Economic Forum in Davos this past January, is a Harvard Business School alum, and Israeli by birth (even working for […]
The Press Club board of directors has proposed the constitutional changes indicated below. A special meeting of the Club membership is scheduled for Wednesday, May 8, 2013, in the Trinity Room of the Center for Community Cooperation, 2900 Live Oak, in Dallas, beginning at 6 p.m. to consider and vote on the proposed changes which […]
Longtime Press Club member Hal E. Copeland has died. “He was a devoted member and Gridiron star for many years, ” Liz Oliphant, Press Club President. Services will be Thursday, April 11 at 4:00 PM. Dallas Morning News LINK