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Podcast on journalism ethics in private behavior

My Current story about journalism ethics in private behavior prompted a podcast on the topic by one of my former American University students. Here’s my “It’s All Journalism” podcast with Michael O’Connell:

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Digital First Media

Attention from the Des Moines Register and others

I’ve received some welcome attention from media lately, mostly because of my holiday letter, which acknowledged my terminal cancer.

Daniel Finney, a longtime friend who’s a Des Moines Register columnist, wrote his… 100 more words

Digital First Media

A Voice of Colorado No. 916:

The abusive and disrespectful comments allowed on the Social Media platforms of Digital First Media have made a specific fact and truth absolute: If you stand for the United States of America you must stand against its enemies – Digital First Media.

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A Voice of Colorado No. 911:

The publication of the 1,000th post of this effort will mark a turning point in its existence. Serious consideration has been given as to how it should be done going forward, and what it should be about. 268 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 907:

The recent escalation in the number of explicit threats posted to and allowed on the web site for THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland, CO./Digital First Media) are sufficient reason to stop doing business with Digital First Media.

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A Voice of Colorado No. 905:

A public “Thank you” to the individual who provided the screenshot from web site for THE TIMES-CALL (Longmont, CO./Digital First Media) in which a person of faith, specifically a Christian, was insulted, disrespected, and threatened for expressing their faith and belief. 27 more words

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A Voice of Colorado No. 899:

More and more e-mails regarding the explicit threats and insults allowed on the web site for THE REPORTER-HERALD (Loveland, CO./Digital First Media), with the blessing of the Managing Editor of record, Jeff Stahla, by individuals using fake screen names, against others who do not support property tax increases and mill levy increases to fund public education. 210 more words

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