Stories We’re Following 12/07/2018

Stories We’re Following 12/07/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — The Columbia Journalism Review, this week, discusses how some media outlets may fall for the president’s narrative on the border issues. Find out more here.   Indigenous journalists are feeling the effects of attacks on the free press....

Stories We’re Following 09/08/15

Ethics Poynter’s Jack Davis gives his take on where the Katrina 10th anniversary coverage could have dug deeper for a better story of New Orleans recovery. A Dutch journalist was arrested “for her own safety” according to the Turkish government while she was embedded...

5 Stories We’re Following 01/19/16

Ethics Iran has released Jason Rezain, but Poynter’s Al Tompkins outlines the continued arrest of journalists worldwide. The Atlantic’s Uri Friedman spoke with Peter Bergen, who interviewed Osama bin Ladin, about the ethics of Sean Penn’s interview with El Chapo. Most...

Three Stories We’re Following 10/06/15

Four major networks signed the “Global Safety Principles and Practices,” a guideline for employing freelance journalists, according to Poynter. Wired reported the launch of Reddit’s news website, Upvote, but the story describes writers posting both editorial and paid...

12 Ethics Stories We’re Following 09/02/15

Ethics A  photograph of a Syrian toddler found facedown on a beach in Turkey sparked conversation about the use of the photo in news media and on social networks. According to MediaShift, the ethical choice of showing the video taken by the WDBJ shooter is complicated...