Stories We’re Following 9/18

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Center for Ethics in Journalism visiting distinguished professor Alicia “Lisa” Shepard weighed in on former first lady Hillary Clinton criticizing the media. Shepard wrote an opinion piece for USA Today that was published...
Stories We’re Following 9/11

Stories We’re Following 9/11

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — When global news organizations report “wrong” news, how should it be corrected and at what point does the public find out?  Poynter.org wrote about those dirty, big, secrets.  The Center for Ethics in Journalism Visiting...

Stories We’re Following 6/12

An article published by The Guardian discussed The New York Times’ publication of leaked photos from the suicide bombing in the Manchester Arena. An article published by Poynter discussed the possible consequences of eliminating editors’ roles at the New...

Stories We’re Following 3/27/17

Benny Johnson, a reporter with the Independent Journalism Review, was accused of plagiarism by fellow staffers in 2015, just one year after being fired from Buzzfeed for 41 instances of plagiarism, Poynter reported. Additionally, Poynter reported, “Johnson,...

Stories We’re Following 10/20

Journalists have donated money to both the Clinton and Trump campaigns, while the ethical codes at some news outlets prohibit employees from making donations to political organizations or campaigns, the Columbia Journalism Review reported. Poynter published an article...