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Information deficit disorder jeopardizes our democracy

Before I took up a career as a public interest lobbyist, I was a journalist.  And in my heart of hearts, I continue to think like a journalist.  812 more words

Cosby: When The Media Watchdogs Bark, Or Not

By Casey Bukro

The serial rape allegations against Comedian Bill Cosby have reached the stage where people are asking why the media failed to report them when they happened. 597 more words

Accountability

Texas Reporters Fight for Access to Fracking Facts

Original article in the Columbia Journalism Review

AUSTIN — Earlier this month, the residents of Denton, Texas—located on one of the country’s largest natural gas reserves and home to some 275 gas wells— 929 more words

ENERGY&ENVIRONMENT

Six Degrees of Aggregation

Six Degrees of Aggregation

by Michael Shapiro, Columbia Journalism Review, 2012

This is the story of how Huffington Post came together and grew, and it’s more interesting and anomalistic than I’d expected.  34 more words

CJR: When scams make headlines

Full story available here.

On September 15, 2011, executives of Arevenca, an Aruba-based oil company, and Avic Xac, a Chinese state aircraft company, signed the biggest oil deal in history in Madrid. 204 more words

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