What We’re Reading This Week 11/04/19

BuzzFeed and CNN come out on top in the FOIA bout with the U.S. government.     A new study uncovers how Americans perceive local news. The study delves into which is trusted more, local or national news.   poynter.orgNews organizations issue apologies...

What We’re Reading This Week 7/22/19

Poynter dissects ESPN’s ban on politics in its programming.  Last week, Gannett announced a merger with GateHouse. A group of journalists have come together to create a new “information pyramid” that focuses on reporting stories that would serve...

What We’re Reading This Week 7/15/19

Poynter gives advice to journalists on how to cover natural disasters.  After a series of tweets made by President Trump, news outlets struggled on whether or not to use the word “racist” to describe remarks he made to a group of U.S. Congresswomen. Trump...
What We’re Reading This Week 6/25/19

What We’re Reading This Week 6/25/19

Six Florida newsrooms are teaming up to cover climate change which is a local story in the state as its residents are already feeling the effects of the heating planet.  The Nieman Lab conducted a study to see how people evaluate the credibility of photos they see...

What We’re Reading This Week 6/3/2019

Large areas around the nation lack access to local broadcast news, called orphan counties. Columbia Journalism Review’s Corey Hutchins chronicles the story of La Plata County, Colorado, and their plea to the FCC to try to get local news. Due to Neilson-drawn...