The First Amendment of the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution explicitly states that the government cannot impose restrictions upon the press. The document that lays out the laws of our land actually says that speaking openly without government censorship or interference - no matter how unpopular your point of view may be - is a universal and nontransferable right. You are literally entitled to quality journalism!
Written by Amanda Evrard on Feb 15 2023 - 5:19pm
Written by San Antonio Pu… on May 29 2018 - 11:06am
San Antonio Public Library visitors are invited to use any public computer at any library location to access online content from the New York Times. Users only need an email address to access the site, or can sign in using a Facebook or Google account. Users who would like to access from home simply need to visit mysapl.org/services to access the newspaper under “databases." From there, cardholders will create an account and redeem a special code for one-day access that renews each day, so Library customers can access the New York Times every day!
Written by pauliedigi on Apr 10 2017 - 2:33pm
Ideas For CoSA Moderator Paul DiGiovanni sat down at the NOWCastSA studio with Charlotte-Anne Lucas and Kay Richter to discuss the Ideas For CoSA group, journalism, NOWCastSA, upcoming events, and more. Listen to the full podcast below.
Written by Amanda Evrard on Dec 29 2016 - 6:03pm
Updated: Larry Noll, Presiding Judge of the 408th District Court in Bexar County, dismissed a meritless lawsuit against NOWCastSA and its managing director on Dec. 1, 2016. Noll dismissed the suit with prejudice at the request of the plaintiff, William Schlecht, former chair of the nonprofit news organization. A case that is dismissed with prejudice is permanently removed and the claims can never be brought back to court. (view the original court document here)
Written by CharlotteAnne Lucas on Nov 9 2016 - 11:46pm
Dear friend - Last night’s presidential election results left many of us confused, worried and wondering how it will affect the lives of our loved ones and neighbors. At NOWCastSA, we don’t have the wise words to make sense of it all, but we do have the tools to listen to what you have to say and make sure you’re always a part of the conversation -- even when you can’t be there in person. That’s what we do.
Written by Amanda Evrard on Apr 27 2016 - 4:31pm
UPDATE: Due to technical difficulties with the giving website, The Big Give S.A. has bee rescheduled to 6 a.m. - 8 p.m. Wednesday, March 4. Hundreds of charities from across South Central Texas are asking for donations and competing for prizes during The Big Give S.A. We need your help to stand out so we can raise $20,000!
Written by Providencestaff on Sep 8 2012 - 7:28am
Each day at Providence Catholic School begins with prayer and a live broadcast of morning school announcements, weather and news. Written, produced and directed by the young ladies in the Broadcast Journalism class, it is upbeat and informative. “Three minutes!” Darrell Martin, class teacher and Technology Director, reminds the crew. The students busily perform a sound check, rehearse with the prompter one more time, and then… it’s show time!
Written by abnaz on Feb 8 2012 - 4:47pm
Pet lovers interested in reporting and writing, creating video or photos on animal issues will have the opportunity to get free training from NOWCastSA during a community journalism workshop from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., on Saturday, Feb.
Written by Anais Biera Miracle on Aug 5 2011 - 8:59am
Participants in the Girls Inc. of San Antonio MVP (Mentors Valuing Peers) program spent the week learning about journalism and social media from the NOWCastSA staff.Brianna Delgado, Jenessa Rivera, Evelyn Allen and Ashley Rodriguez learned about the role of media in civic engagement, honed their interviewing and writing skills, and worked as a team to create a video about Girls. Inc. (below).