Stories We’re Following 5/20/2018

Men outnumber women in U.S. newsrooms and in fact-checking positions.  Nurses are rarely used as sources in health news, but make up nearly a third of all healthcare professionals.  Illinois statehouse press has dwindled in recent years, but an Illinois...
Stories We’re Following 05/03/2019

Stories We’re Following 05/03/2019

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — In honor of Ethics Week check out this new tool. Need a copy of the Ethics code? Get one here.   Get the the real facts about fake news.   Ethics in the News podcasts from the Ethical Journalism Network. Listen to How media use images of...

Stories We’re Following 02/22/2019

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Four questions that can help you work through ethics issues.   A Somali immigrant leaves paper to launch his own journal. He plans to write about the immigrant communities being underserved by the local media.   A large group of student...

Stories We’re Following 5/27/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Creating a diverse newsroom is not that easy, according to a report by the Columbia Journalism Review.  Writer Farai Chideya explains.  Click here to read.   As a journalist, on deadline, how long should you wait for a contact...

Stories We’re Following 4/12/17

According to Poynter, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga emails obtained through open records laws show university officials fired an NPR-affiliated reporter because they “were worried that annoyed Republican legislators — who had previously cut funding to a...