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ESPN Tweet close to “click bait” in its headline about pro quarterback’s negotiation with team

The phrase “journalism is dead” is a cliché statement used to describe the current culture of the subject. Though it pains me to admit, the statement is not off. 218 more words

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Aamodt Adjudication Deadline is Nigh

By KAY MATTHEWS

In March of this year the Society of Professional Journalists presented the Black Hole Award to the New Mexico Interstate Stream Commission (ISC), a division of the Office of the State Engineer (OSE), for its “outright contempt of the public’s right to know.” Freelance journalist Laura Paskus nominated the agency because of its increasing secrecy during her 15 years covering it, particularly after its approval of the Gila River Diversion and its actions against Norm Gaume, former head of the ISC, for… 756 more words

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Radar objETHOS #158

Paradas obrigatórias para quem pensa e se interessa por ética e jornalismo:

– A criação de uma “Editoria de Guerra” pelo jornal Extra estimulou discussões sobre o uso do termo bélico. 264 more words

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Seats Still Available for NYT's Worldwind Global Journey!

In journalism nowadays, there’s sell out, and then there’s sold out. The New York Times’s Around the World by Private Jet: Cultures in Transformation might be the former, but it’s apparently not the latter. 295 more words

Utah Headliners announces 2017 contest winners

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  • 1st Place, Eccles Theater, Todd Adams and Francisco Kjolseth, The Salt Lake Tribune…
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Too Much Confidence, Or Not Quite Enough

So far, every day here is so full of activity that when I have a few hours of downtime, I feel like I must be missing something. 867 more words

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Under attack: Arkansas FOIA

Arkansas’ Freedom of Information Act turned 50 on Feb. 14. Whether it survives another 50, or even another five, remains an open question as the Legislature enters the third and likely final month of the 2017 general session. 1,062 more words

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