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Journalism and the Power of Emotions

Journalism and the Power of Emotion

by Lene Bech Sillesen, Chris Ip, and David Uberti, Columbia Journalism Review, 2015

I’d recently had a conversation with a girl in college who’d written a paper on the differences between the print media and digital media.  83 more words

It's time for Poynter to apologize to Romenesko

Jim Romenesko, the original media blogger (and still the best), is cutting back, although he wants us all to know that he’s not retiring. 220 more words


Florida Student Blows Whistle on Boca Raton Plagiarist

By Casey Bukro

Journalism student Emily Bloch thought she saw something familiar while reading a story in the Boca Raton Tribune. It looked like something she had written, exactly the way she had written it. 839 more words


Media Mashup: May 29, 2015


Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake couldn’t take the heat about questions on the city’s crime rate, but a friendly press guardian criticized a fellow journalist for pushing her too hard. 431 more words


In Defense of Legendary Prize Winning Investigative Journalist Seymour Hersh

It was legendary scholarly investigative journalist Seymour Hersh who uncovered the My Lai Massacre in Vietnam as well as the prisoner abusive torture at Abu Ghraib in Iraq by the Bush/Cheney administration, inter alia. 175 more words

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The fate of The Boston Phoenix's online archives

The fate of The Boston Phoenix’s online archives has been a matter of great concern to all of us who worked there. Some of us — me included — have hundreds of articles stored on the late alt-weekly’s servers with no other way to access them. 65 more words