The limit does not exist
We want student to realize the possibilities they have as student journalists, as opposed to the restrictions. Our theme encompasses all fields of journalism.
Our theme this year seeks to promote limitless fact checking, resources and perspectives in articles in order to achieve fair, accurate and balanced journalism.
Our generation's media revolution promotes a journalistic environment in which limits do not exist.
Social media provides a form of free advertising and networking for publications. It helps create a loyal audience and allows an unlimited amount of support via Facebook, Twitter, etc.
We are no longer limited by time, cost or accessibility to content. Revolutionary changes have occurred that allow more freedom for both the reader and writer.
Online publications increase student involvement and two-way communication.
In this theme, photographers will learn about editing pictures, how to go beyond your knowledge with your camera, how to go beyond the basics of photography.
Broadcast allows journalists the opportunity to provide a more accurate portrayal of the story because they have on the scene access and can go beyond the limits of text.
There are limitless forms of broadcasting such as documentaries, human interest, television newsmagazines, etc.
It doesn't end at the end of the page. We aren't limited to a certain word count or amount of pages. With this media revolution, we can move beyond that. Now QR codes allow the article to continue. Your audience is not limited to the end of a story - they can have more access to breaking news. As a staff we are not limited to certain designs.
Although it seems that print journalism is dying, with new designs and great photography, print journalism is still limitless.
In yearbook, students are not limited to just the fluffy stories. It is more than possible to have a journalistic yearbook that covers the important events. Yearbook students can cover timeless events as well as current events, even though it comes at the end of the year. Students aren't limited to just what they see in the yearbook, they are able to "design your own page."
-SIPA Student Officers, 2012-2013
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