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Evaluating the quality of sources in genealogy research

#52Ancestors: Jemima Stowell Loop and the genes for longevity

When I first caught Family Tree Fever, I thought those grand old genealogies were the best thing ever. 1,200 more words


Who Sez?


When the Worldwide Web came on the scene, teachers had to start new classroom discussions about reliable sources of information.  We used to explain the difference between a published book or encyclopedia with a copyright and decent author, and your mother’s friend on the phone.  439 more words

The Writing Process

Glenn Greenwald attacks CNN, on CNN

Journalist Glenn Greenwald, who a few days ago attacked CNN International anchors John Vause and Isha Sesay for their ‘despicable’ interview with activist Yasser Louati, appeared on CNN’s Reliable Sources on Sunday with host Brian Stelter, and he attacked CNN — on CNN. 225 more words


CNN launches a daily Reliable Sources newsletter

Slated to launch this afternoon, the Sunday media program Reliable Sources will now be daily — in the form of an e-mail newsletter, led by CNN host Brian Stelter and senior media/politics reporter, Dylan Byers, to keep you up on “the latest in media.” 38 more words


CNN host speaks to journalism students, faculty about his success (3/25/15)

Brian Stelter, host of CNN’s “Reliable Sources,” has found success by doing what other people haven’t.

Stelter began his post-college career at The New York Times after gaining the newspaper’s attention by running TVNewser, a blog about the television news industry. 491 more words

The BG News

Brian Stelter shows off the virtual reality live stream on CNN

Following CNN’s decision to live stream the Democratic debate in virtual reality, the network was hyping this new technology on a segment this afternoon on CNN Newsroom. 106 more words


JRM 215 #5

I think all news programs should’ve been produced via journalism as dialogue. This simple term means that reporters/news programs tell the stories that really matter to the people, and answer the general population’s questions about things they want to know and their interests. 197 more words