What We’re Reading This Week 06/29/2020

It’s time to change the way the media reports on protests. Here are some ideas. Americans don’t think misleading political ads should be on social media. (They also don’t trust platforms to remove them.) The Post-Gazette journalist who was pulled from protest coverage...

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...