We Support Student Media
We — the staff, advisers and supporters of college news media in California — created this association to foster cooperation among colleges in the region in order to give a unified voice in addressing problems and issues that college news media face, to provide support and communications to advisers and editors, to nurture college journalists and to share valuable resources.
Thriving in a 2020 Student Newsroom
How are student journalists rising to the occasion during the pandemic? The California College Media Association and Associated Collegiate Press have invited some of the top student journalists from around the state to describe how they organize, engage and motivate staff during a time of unprecedented change and upheaval. Join us from 10-11 a.m. Friday Sept. 18 to hear tips, best practices, workarounds and successes. Register here!
Photojournalism Ethics Town Hall
We recently hosted a virtual town hall comprised of prominent journalism professionals and students from around California who have been grappling with how to ethically present images from the front lines of the ongoing protests. Professional panelists included Monica Almeida (photojournalist), Calvin Hom (co-director of photography at the Los Angeles Times), Lynn Walsh (Society of Professional Journalists ethics chair) and Arvli Ward (publisher of the California State University Northridge’s Daily Sundial). View it here!