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Access denied: Reporters say federal officials, data increasingly off limits

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Stacey Singer, a health reporter for the Palm Beach Post in Florida, was perusing a medical journal in 2012 when she came across something startling: a federal epidemiologist’s report about a tuberculosis outbreak in the Jacksonville area. 526 more words


New York Explosion Gawkers Taking Selfies Receive a Lesson in Reporting Etiguette

Lately, a few reporters have been under fire for taking what are considered heartless, smiling selfies during the New York tragedy in East Village where two people were reported dead. 354 more words

Public Relatons

In His Own Right (The Boston Interview)

I pride myself in always doing my homework, so I spent some time looking at old news clips and file photos before coming here to do the interview with Amy Templeton. 1,337 more words


The Dilemma In Creating Awareness

A common struggle for a journalist is knowing when he or she should become more than just a “fly on the wall” while covering a story. 666 more words


Lessons in creativity for the newsroom from Stanford University | Media news

Journalists should always be looking for ways to be creative in their reporting and organizations should always be looking for new ways to present information. 700 more words


What the media feeds us.

I must admit to feeling beaten and overwhelmed, wanting nothing more than to give up.  Have you ever felt that no matter how much effort you put towards righting the wrongs that you see, it is just not enough?  152 more words