The 2015 JEA/NSPA convention will take place in Denver, April 16–19.
The technological tools available to scholastic journalists continue to grow exponentially, presenting new opportunities and challenges. Join us and stay networked with student media throughout Minnesota.
If you news organization/publication is already a member of the National Scholastic Press Association, it includes your annual MHSPA dues. Receive significant discounts to attend events, enter contests and more.
The mission of the Minnesota High School Press Association is to serve student media and advisers, introduce new ideas and reinforce best practices, reward excellence, embrace diversity, and provide networking and partnership opportunities. Our members are student-directed news organizations and publications.
Dear members, partners and all interested parties, I am proud to announce the addition of staff and consultants who will help ensure that membership needs are met as technology and new business models continue to reshape journalism. Three of the four positions are based at our Minneapolis headquarters. Laura Widmer joins the staff as full-time associate
Kevyn Burger Kevyn Burger is an award-winning broadcaster and journalist who has worked in radio, TV, print and new/digital media. She has worked as a reporter, anchor, investigative journalist, radio talk show host, feature writer and digital content producer. Kathryn Campbell Kathryn Campbell has been building stories her whole life. Whether augmenting the creative narrative
All sessions in Coffman Memorial Union. 7:30-9 a.m. Registration, drop off Best of Show 9-9:50 a.m. ENTRANCE TO THE GREAT HALL Exhibits and information desk GREAT HALL Duct Tape and High Funkadelity Just because we’re journalism-geeky enough to spend nights and weekends making newspapers and yearbooks and broadcasts, even traveling across the state and country