Stories We’re Following 4/25/2018

Stories We’re Following 4/25/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —  A conflict of interest? Poynter explores an ethics issue with a print editor and his pro-gun stance. Read the full story here. Facebook recently shared its method of gauging how the social media site will decide which type of speech to...

Stories We’re Following 6/24

A Wall Street Journal foreign affairs correspondent was fired for his business involvement with a source, Poynter reported. Educators are teaching students how to detect false news using an online platform called Checkology, according to an article published by Wired....

Stories We’re Following 10/3/16

Poynter discussed the ethics of removing “embarrassing archived stories” from newspaper websites after learning several publications had been contacted by readers with requests for deletion. User reports led Facebook to suspend several Palestinian...

Media Ethics Stories in the News — 03/30/16

These are the stories we’re following: Hulk Hogan was awarded $140 million from Gawker in a lawsuit after the website posted his sex tape, according to NPR. ​ Jupiter police formally charged Donald Trump’s campaign manager with simple battery after he grabbed a...

Stories We’re Following – 03/16/16

Kwame Opam, from the Verge, looked at how First Lady Obama and her communications team have worked to craft her image on social media. (social media, ad/pr) Michelle Fields and Ben Shapiro resigned from Breitbart News after the organization’s response to the alleged...