What We’re Reading This Week 7/15/19

Poynter gives advice to journalists on how to cover natural disasters.  After a series of tweets made by President Trump, news outlets struggled on whether or not to use the word “racist” to describe remarks he made to a group of U.S. Congresswomen. Trump...

Stories We’re Following 7/16/2018

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark —  Fact-checking and accountability journalism … tech companies are being pro-active in trying to curb ‘fake news.’ Here’s a Poynter report titled, ‘Four major tech companies take new steps to combat fake...

Stories We’re Following 10/23

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —  Last week, the New York Times reported on new “social-media” guidelines.  Read here about the Columbia Journalism Review’s take on NYT’s plan.   Pew Research Center has data about President Trump’s...

Stories We’re Following 10/3

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —  The Las Vegas shooting has been reported by many journalists as “the deadliest shooting in America.”  That statement is incorrect.  Indira Lakshmanan explains in this Poynter report. Pew Research did an analysis on media...

Stories We’re Following On 9/25

FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. —  On Sunday, the National Football League owners and players protested President Trump’s Twitter posts and comments about players who kneel during the national anthem.  The Columbia Journalism Review author writes, “From a media...