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The C-HIT Hit

Chedekel with student.

The Columbia Journalism Review has an article this week on the Connecticut Health Investigative Team and its success as it reaches the five year point. 22 more words

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The Ethics of a Planned Parenthood Sting

Count me in full agreement with the editorial board at National Review, who have just written in support of Center for Medical Progress chief David Daleiden and his video expose of Planned Parenthood. 665 more words

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"Serious" journalism is *supposed* to be biased, apparently.

The venerable Columbia Journalism Review has long served as self-appointed arbiter of the rules that bind journalists, policing coverage for errors, bias or problems with tone. 627 more words

Don Lemon somehow avoids this year's CJR worst journalism list

This year, CNN anchor Don Lemon managed to avoid making the Columbia Journalism Review’s worst journalism list — a list he made last year.

Last year, the CJR… 105 more words

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Jon Carroll Retires From San Francisco Chronicle

One of the Bay Area’s most perceptive newspaper columnists has retired.  The link below goes to a Columbia Journalism Review interview with Jon Carroll.

http://www.cjr.org/q_and_a/sf_chronicle_jon_carroll.php

On My Radar, Vol. 8

1. College Protesters: “By taking a neutral stance, journalists and media are being complacent in our fight.”

I have to admit, when I read this story I desperately wanted to bang my head against my desk, for two reasons: 1) It’s people like these students that perpetuate the stereotype of Millennials and younger Americans specifically being selfish brats, and 2) This follows a week where, while on the job, I’ve encountered several people who seem to think that my job is to promote their cause rather than report on it. 786 more words

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