“Others” could be the title of a new sci-fi flick. Or a horror film. M. Night Shyamalan, anyone? In academic research, the word refers to a different viewpoint. Media outlets often receive criticism for reporting with liberal or conservative biases. That’s … Continue reading
Interesting journalism news abounds this week, including some great rebuttals to the newsmakers. • A defense of journalism in contrast to the study that found a reporter’s job to lie among the worst. • One author’s keen answer to the … Continue reading
I’ll be posting tomorrow about the economics of the journalism industry, but until then, check out this (almost) real-time wind map of the country. Mesmerizing art at the speed of a breeze.
Spring, maybe summer, graces the country. These links are best enjoyed in a grassy space. • Which states are reading which news sources [map] • Tips for not burning out in the journalism industry • How to publish a blog … Continue reading
Here’s more fallout (and good reads) from the Mike Daisey debacle. The New York Times: “There is nothing in the journalism playbook to prevent a determined liar from getting one over now and again. It is partly because seekers of truth … Continue reading