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Student guest post: My experience at the Salisbury Post

Students in MEJO 557, Advanced Editing, are writing guest posts for this site this semester. This is the fifth of those posts. Savannah Morgan is a junior studying journalism and English. 637 more words

Journalism Education

Pushing the news

Each semester, I ask students in my courses at UNC-Chapel Hill how they get their news. I encourage them to be honest, and I tell them that there are no right answers. 187 more words

Journalism Education

What's News? Part Deux

What’s “news?”

I riffed on this way back in 2012, and about how newsrooms might need to rethink how they define what’s newsworthy – i.e., worthy of coverage – in a digital age that allows readers to approach information in completely new ways. 851 more words

Future Of News

The public editor, before and after

The recent news that The New York Times was cutting the position of public editor prompted me to think about my time at The News & Observer. 1,151 more words

Ethics

Tax-return bombshell morphs into a dud

If that’s the best reporting that Rachel Maddow can present, then she and her producers need to jump into the effluent as President Trump goes about draining the swamp. 388 more words