The Chicago Headline Club and the Chicago Headline Club Foundation are pleased to announce that applications are now open for the prestigious Les Brownlee Memorial Scholarship. This annual award, established in honor of the late Chicago journalist Les Brownlee, grants $5,000 to an exceptional undergraduate journalism student in Illinois. Brownlee, […]
These grants are specifically designed to support non-profit media organizations in the Chicago metropolitan area, enabling them to offer internships that contribute to the professional growth of emerging journalists.
Sponsored by the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, each year the Chicago Headline Club’s Watchdog Award presents a cash prize to Chicago-area journalists for enterprising journalism that defends and protects everyday folks. The award honors and encourages outstanding reporting that calls attention to situations in which the public is being harmed […]
Applications due by February 18 at 11:59 pm CT. The Chicago Headline Club is now accepting applications for its 2024 FOIA Fest Boot Camp, a training program for Chicago-based reporters from marginalized communities to help them navigate accountability journalism — from story-idea to publishing. The training focuses on collective learning, best […]
Nominations for the 47th Annual Peter Lisagor Awards, which recognize Chicago’s best journalism from across the media spectrum, are open from January 2 to February 12. The price of entry will gradually increase as the deadline nears. There will be no entries accepted after February 12. How To Enter Nomination Fees […]
http://www.researchgate.net image By Casey Bukro Ethics AdviceLine for Journalists Like nuclear power, artificial intelligence is described as a threat to humanity. A difference is that the atomic bomb was intentionally invented as a weapon of mass destruction. For some, artificial intelligence (AI) seems more like a technology that stealthily places […]