What We’re Reading This Week 06/01/20

Riot or resistance? The way the media frames the unrest in Minneapolis will shape the public’s view of protest Study: Trump’s support for police served as ‘dog whistle’ to voters with racial resentment A window into one newsroom’s diversity opens, but an industry-wide...

What We’re Reading This Week 05/25/20

Americans Rate Germany and South Korea Higher Than U.S. for Dealing with the Coronavirus Americans Relying on White House for COVID-19 News More Likely to Downplay Pandemic CBS Did Not Stage COVID-19 Testing, Pence Didn’t Unload Empty Boxes at Nursing...

What We’re Reading This Week 05/18/20

It’s okay to not be okay, anchors are getting personal and offering hope.   Americans view the coronavirus pandemic through a lens of media trust and politics. Worldwide Optimism About the Future of Gender Equality, Even as Many See Advantages for Men Most...

What We’re Reading This Week 05/11/20

The Trump administration is limiting the stay of visiting journalists from China.   An investigative reporter explains why he submits FOIAs for the latest FOIAs. Here are his ideas on generating story ideas.   The Journalist’s Resource recommends...

What We’re Reading This Week 04/27/20

University of Arkansas alum Jon Scheuss is among those discussing ways to help the media industry in this Columbia Journalism Review story.   Report for America is sending a diverse group of journalists to newsrooms around the U.S. and Puerto Rico.   Older...

What We’re Reading This Week 04/14/20

Political disagreements about COVID-19 coverage may have an impact on the journalists who report these stories.  Read the Journalist’s Resource story here.   News leaders envision some benefits after social distancing is a lesser concern.  The distributed...