Stories We’re Following 5/2

Facebook hired former New York Times staffer Alex Hardiman in a new position called head of news products. According to Recode, “Hardiman will work with publishers to create news features, and also try to stop the proliferation of false news on the...

Journalism Ethics Summit Will Cover Reporting on Race and Gender

The event titled “Covering Race and Gender in the New Millennium” will begin at 2 p.m. Sept. 27 in Giffels Auditorium located in Old Main on the University of Arkansas campus. The panel will feature Jesse Holland, the visiting distinguished professor of journalism ethics; history chair, Calvin White, who is also affiliated faculty in African and African American studies; and Lisa Corrigan, director of gender studies. Christi Welter, of the Center for Ethics in Journalism, will moderate the panel.

Five Ethics Stories We’re Following 9/15

Following a leak of medical records of three U.S. Olympians, an ethicist with Poynter wrote about how journalists should use the information. New research from Gallup shows America’s trust in the media is the lowest it’s ever been in Gallup’s polling...

Stories We’re Following 9/9/16

The Minneapolis Star-Tribune removed a column written by an employee which criticized a TV journalist for wearing skinny jeans during her report, Poynter reported. The Washington Post reminded employees of their Standards & Ethics policies on political activism...

Ethics Stories We’re Following 8/5

Poynter wrote an article outlining four tips to avoid plagiarism. The Columbia Journalism Review looked at how journalists covering Trump are facing many of the same ethical questions Murrow faced. On the Media discussed the realities of immigration with a Princeton...