What We’re Reading this Week 12/02/19

Political poll results are in. Here is a guide to understanding the outcomes.   A change is coming to newsrooms soon. What to expect from artificial intelligence journalism.   From the first public service medium to present-day technology, the Columbia...

Stories We’re Following 01/18/2019

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark.  — False copies of The Washington Post were distributed.The Yes Men activist group pulled this satirical stunt. Read here how the “paper” made it into the publics hands. Sinclair fired a news reporter after she was...

Stories We’re Following 7/30/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —   A television station in Oakland made an on-air apology after using a social media photo that showed a stabbing victim holding what looked like a gun.  Al Tompkins from Poynter explains why that was a problem.  Click...

Stories We’re Following 6/25/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —   When a journalist has a secret relationship with the Senate Intelligence Committee security director — who’s married — it raises questions if classified information was revealed by the director to the...

Stories We’re Following 4/25/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —  A conflict of interest? Poynter explores an ethics issue with a print editor and his pro-gun stance. Read the full story here. Facebook recently shared its method of gauging how the social media site will decide which type of speech to...