Kathleen Hall Jamieson, director of the Annenberg Public Policy Center of the University of Pennsylvania, makes an excellent point: shouldn’t the media be learning something from the way it reported the material stolen by Russia and used to influence the election in 2016? Read more →
When a big, national event rolls into town — a national political convention, for example — a host committee will almost always have a party for the thousands of representatives of the media beforehand. They’re an ‘ethical disaster’ some journalists say.
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An unsolved shooting in Rochester, Minn., has turned into viral anti-immigrant propaganda for white nationalist and extremist websites. Here’s a look at how a look at how this basic crime brief became fake news. Read more →
Was NPR complicit in selling the Iran nuclear deal to the public? It matters of journalism ethics, only perception matters. Read more →