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Think tank reporter in South Carolina still filling the gaps in accountability coverage
Columbia Journalism Review - 8 Hours ago
There’s been plenty of news to cover in South Carolina lately, from a mass murder at a black church in Charleston to the Confederate flag’s removal from the Statehouse grounds in Columbia. But when it
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The Donald Trumps Cable News
Media Post - 9 Hours ago
You can almost see cable news reporters starting to panic. They simply don’t understand how more than 20% of Republicans could favor Donald Trump. Most are still publicly saying that he’s not a serious
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The decisions behind the New York Magazine’s Cosby cover
Poynter Institute - 10 Hours ago
8:05 am When New York Magazine began planning its stunning cover of 35 women who accuse Bill Cosby of assault 30 women had come forward. Now, six months later the number is 46. The magazine had
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Morning roundup: New York Times flap may not be nail-bitter as paper roundly defends
Poynter Institute - 10 Hours ago
8:03 am Good morning. Literati duel as Times chides New York Review of Books criticism Former Times reporter Richard Bernstein took after the big expose on the nail salon industry, both benefiting
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Tehachapi News Editor and General Manager, Claudia Elliott, Announces Retirement
Editor & Publisher - 23 Hours ago
by: Staff Reports | Tehachapi News Claudia Elliott, editor and general manager of Tehachapi News , has announced her plans to retire at the end of July. Elliott began her career at the newspaper
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Two Models to Fund Fact-Checking Journalism as ‘a Public Good'
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Catalina Albeanu | Journalism.co.uk "Fact-checking has become a powerful and important new form of accountability journalism around the world." Bill Adair, Knight professor of the practice
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Rupert Murdoch's Times Wins Right to Use 'Irish Edition' in Ireland
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Roy Greenslade | The Guardian The Times has won its legal battle in the Dublin high court for the right to promote its new digital newspaper for Ireland as its “Irish edition”. A judge refused
Rupert Murdochs Times wins right to use Irish edition in Ireland Big News Network
Michael Gudinski The Man Who Outsmarted Rupert Murdoch Big News Network
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Patrick Richardson Named Managing Editor of Morning Sun
Editor & Publisher - 7/28/2015
by: Staff Reports | The Morning Sun The Pittsburg (Kan.) Morning Sun  has named veteran journalist Patrick Richardson as managing editor. Richardson comes to the paper from the Miami, Oklahoma, 
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Why reporters should let potential sexual assault victims talk off the record
Columbia Journalism Review - 7/28/2015
Most of the time, it’s a good thing when a news outlet pushes its sources and subjects to talk on the record. But a controversy that has dogged the St. Louis Post-Dispatch this summer offers an example
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Bloomberg news: Boss buys London home for $25 million
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
4:25 pm The New York Times Perhaps Downton Abbey wasn’t on the market. Michael Bloomberg, who parlayed a media fortune into three terms as New York mayor, is trading up by buying a seven-bedroom,
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New Breed of Digital Publishers Just Say No to Ad Tech
Big News Network - 7/28/2015
by: Mike Shields | Wall Street Journal Today’s new breed of digital publishers is just not that into ad tech. Indeed, the much hyped cadre ...
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New York Times hits back at NYRB: ‘We are…disappointed’
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
1:56 pm The New York Times The New York Times issued a lengthy point-by-point rebuttal to The New York Review of Books Tuesday in response to a piece by a former New York Times journalist who
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Stop the 'presses'?
Columbia Journalism Review - 7/28/2015
The New York Times pressroom, 1942 (Marjory Collins, Library of Congress) In the wonderfully noir movie Deadline USA , Humphrey Bogart plays a newspaperman who battles corruption in New York City as
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New York magazine confirms outage was result of cyber attack
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
12:15 pm In a statement to Poynter Tuesday morning, New York magazine gave credence to a hacker’s claim that its website was taken down by a pseudonymous assailant known as “ThreatKing.” “We believe
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Buzzfeed’s eye-opening report reveals modern-day 'slavery’ in US
Columbia Journalism Review - 7/28/2015
It took Jessica Garrison and Ken Bensinger nearly five months of full-time reporting, 80 interviews, and thousands of public records to research their sweeping investigative story on temporary foreign
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Caity Weaver takes the Gawker buyout
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
9:31 am Caity Weaver became the latest Gawker Media staffer to accept a buyout from the company Tuesday, announcing her departure on Twitter. When I started at Gawker 3 years ago, "Bye, Felicia"
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A Clinton Story Fraught With Inaccuracies: How It Happened
MSN News US - 7/28/2015
The story certainly seemed like a blockbuster: A criminal investigation of Hillary Rodham Clinton by the Justice Department was being sought by two federal inspectors general over her email practices
NYT Public Editor Debunked Clinton Story Messy And Regrettable Big News Network
NYT: Clinton story inaccuracies Marketplace
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Clinton emails inspire note to readers, more headaches for New York Times
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
7:58 am Good morning. Paper offers a mea culpa amid email kerfuffle It started with a lede last week about a criminal investigation into whether then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton mishandled
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Study: People read more on sites with modern designs. They also remember more.
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
8:04 am A new study from Engaging News Project found sites with contemporary design have a significant increase in pageviews over sites with a more traditional newspaper layout. That part of the
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Pay Only For Viewability, Prepare For Failure Of Your KPIs
Media Post - 7/28/2015
Twelve months ago, if you asked a client what their No.1 key performance indicator (KPI) is, they would probably say “sales.” Fast-forward to today. Because viewability is front and center for agencies,
Pay Only For Viewability Prepare For Failure Of Your KPIs Big News Network
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Newspaper industry lost 3,800 full-time editorial professionals in 2014
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
7:41 am The American Society of News Editors annual newsroom census, released this morning, found that job losses accelerated in 2014, falling by more than 10 percent in a single year. The net
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Career Beat: Dayna Evans joins New York magazine
Poynter Institute - 7/28/2015
7:34 am Good morning! Here are some career updates from the journalism community: Dayna Evans will join New York magazine. Previously, she was a staff writer at Gawker. ( Capital New York ) Anas
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After Financial Times, Pearson Announces Plans to Sell The Economist Magazine Also
Editor & Publisher - 7/27/2015
by: Manuel Baigorri, Kristen Schweizerand Dinesh Nair | Bloomberg Pearson Plc moved closer to an exit from business publishing as it announced plans to dispose of its stake in the 172-year-old Economist
Pearson Nears Business-Publishing Exit With Economist Sale Talks Austin American Statesman
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St. Louis Post-Dispatch Movie Critic Joe Williams Killed in Crash
Editor & Publisher - 7/27/2015
by: Jeremy Kohler | St. Louis Post-Dispatch Post-Dispatch movie critic Joe Williams was killed in a one-car crash. Williams joined the Post-Dispatch in 1997 as a feature writer and had been the
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Ads for Podcasts Test the Line Between Story and Sponsor
Editor & Publisher - 7/27/2015
by: Dino Grandoni | New York Times For the last several months, Lisa Chow, a reporter for and co-host of “StartUp,” a podcast about starting a business, has been interviewing engineers at Ford Motor.
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