Q: Our college TV station recently covered auditions for our college's dance team. The student editor was unaware that the song playing in the background of the video was copyrighted when she created the video. The piece is edited with several cuts and you don’t ever hear a full song played. Can we air the… Continue reading Ask SPLC: Can we use a video clip that had a copyrighted song playing in the background?
WEBINAR: Learn how to protect journalism advisers from retaliation
The SPLC outlines how students and advisers can work together to prevent and push back against firings, reassignments, pay cuts and other forms of adviser retaliation.
Journalists aren’t quoting women in science articles. Diverse Sources is changing that.
Mollie Bloudoff-Indelicato, a freelance science journalist based out of Washington, D.C., published a series of articles on a tight deadline in 2017 when she realized something — all of her sources were white men. So she created a tool to connect journalists with diverse scientists.
Making Sistory – Active Voice Focus on the Klibanoff Sisters
By Holly Speck What do you get when you combine sisters and history? Very literally, you get – Sistory! Here at Active Voice we are all about female journalist empowerment in the present and fighting censorship for the future, but sometimes it’s nice to remember and learn from the past. For example, let’s take a… Continue reading Making Sistory – Active Voice Focus on the Klibanoff Sisters
How North Dakota passed a New Voices law
Steve Listopad of North Dakota explains how university students led the force for the John Wall New Voices Act to become law. Video by SPLC intern Brooke Bean, music is Heavenly Harp by Tomas PhUsIoN (3.0 CC license). https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qMYcDQ8Re2g