Gateway Journalism Review critically analyzes the mass media in the Midwest stretching from Ohio to Oklahoma and from North Dakota to Arkansas – and beyond. The publication’s goal is to regularly review journalism, new media, photojournalism, advertising, public relations and entertainment media to help ensure the public has the most credible, fair media possible.
GJR‘s comprehensive web site and quarterly print magazine are the phoenix of St. Louis Journalism Review, a publication with a St. Louis focus launched more than 40 years ago by Charles Klotzer. GJR will continue to report on the St. Louis media. Now residing at Southern Illinois University Carbondale, GJR draws upon the considerable student and faculty resources of the university’s School of Journalism in the College of Mass Communication and Media Arts.
GJR‘s staff welcomes your input, comments and suggestions, and we urge you to consider contributing to GJR – your journalism review.
Publisher Bill Freivogel
Editor Jackie Spinner
St. Louis Journalism Review Board of Advisers:
Jim Kirchherr, Don Corrigan, Lisa Bedian, Tammy Merrett, Rita Csapo-Sweet, Steve Perron, Eileen Duggan, Michael D. Sorkin, David P. Garino, Rick Stoff, Ted Gest, Fred Sweet, William Greenblatt, Lynn Venhaus, Daniel Hellinger, Robert A. Cohn, Michael E. Kahn, John P. Dubinsky, Gerald Early, Paul Schoomer, Moisy Shopper, Ray Hartmann, Ken Solomon, Avis Meyer, Tom Engelhardt
Gateway Journalism Review (USPS 738-450 ISSN: 0036- 2972) is published quarterly, by Southern Illinois University Carbondale, School of Journalism, College of Mass Communication and Media Arts, a non-profit entity. The office of publication is SIUC School of Journalism, 1100 Lincoln Drive, Mail Code 6601, Carbondale, IL 62901
Deborah Tudor: interim dean
Scott McClurg: interim director
To subscribe to our quarterly print magazine:
Subscription rates: $20 — one year
$35 — two years
$45 — three years
Foreign subscriptions higher depending upon country.
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