In reference to coverage of President-elect Donald Trump, an article from the Columbia Journalism Review examined how “reporters’ personal views got in the way of their ability to hear what was happening around them.”
An ethicist from Poynter discussed how to minimize harm when covering drug addiction.
An article from MediaShift looked at the responsibilities of journalism educators, urging them to teach students about transparency and bias.
Facebook and Google representatives said they will implement policies that will limit the prominence of fake news articles on their platforms, the New York Times reported.
New York Times publisher told his reporters that although they will continue strong investigative journalism, they will “cover his policies and his agenda fairly,” Poynter reported.
Fifteen journalism organizations penned a letter to Donald Trump, calling on him to “preserve traditions that ensure coverage” of his presidency, Poynter reported.