The Brechner Report, a monthly newsletter, summarizes current developments in Florida's open
meetings and public records laws. Other media law topics covered include libel, censorship,
privacy, copyright and trademarks, reporter's privilege, prior restraint, and access to courts
and court records.
The communigator is published in October and April by the College
to provide information about its programs to the University community, alumni
and friends in the communications fields. It is supported by gifts to the
University of Florida Foundation.
The College has produced a series of brochures to help you understand the College's majors, graduate programs and the opportunities available in traditional, new and social media in the journalism and communications fields.
A collection of Web sites created as student projects in our courses or created
by faculty members to showcase student work.
Florida FlyIns is the nickname for a course in
special projects journalism. Conceived and developed by journalism professors
John Kaplan and Kurt Kent, the class seeks to bring together writers and
photographers to learn about the principles and techniques of international
Orange & Blue is a student-run magazine produced by students enrolled in JOU 4445 Applied Magazines. Students serve as the magazine staff and work on writing, editing, photography, and design. Typically, the magazine comes out twice a year (at the beginning of each semester) and is available at various newsstand boxes around campus.
SJI is open to rising 10th, 11th and 12th graders who have recommendations
from their publication advisers or principals. For six action-packed days, SJI
offers instruction for: newspaper editors, yearbook editors, newspaper and
earbook writing, photographers, and broadcasters. During this time speakers
talk about design, photography, Web publishing, communication law, editing and
journalism's role in society.