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Monitoring the press, tracking the evolving media business & encouraging excellence in journalism since 1961.
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CJR 2h
Myanmar government is suppressing independent journalism well beyond the two Reuters journalists released in May
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CJR 5h
When covering new studies, reporters usually don't read past the press release. This means those write-ups need to be very accurate
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CJR 17h
In recent months, to circumvent mainstream coverage, Sanders’s campaign has developed its own sophisticated media apparatus
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CJR 19h
People with mental illness have always been easy targets for scorn and blame. Vilifying people with mental illness in the wake of a mass shooting is a continuation of that historic cruelty
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CJR 21h
Q&A: Gary Rosenblatt on covering sexual abuse in the Jewish community
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ICYMI: Readers actually do enjoy stories about
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CJR 22h
From archives: "Race is as much a part of our lives as breathing, and its consideration must be integral to our reporting."
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James B. Stewart 23h
So after hundreds of requests, I've explained on CJR's "The Kicker" why I decided to reveal my Jeffrey Epstein interview:
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CJR 23h
Hanging around wildfires at night isn’t practical, or legal, for most photographers. Stuart Palley puts himself in danger to highlight the issue of climate change
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megkissinger1 Aug 16
Don’t let them fool you:
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CJR 24h
Two experts spent the last two years building a database of mass shootings. They found that many perpetrators shared four common traits:
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CJR Aug 16
From archives: Some tips for improving the presentation of your stories
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Kate Kelly Aug 16
Fascinating listen to interviewing about his strange meeting with and why he put a background conversation in the after Epstein's death: via
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CJR Aug 16
The controversy between Bernie Sanders and The Washington Post
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Michael Deibert Aug 16
Journalists, like anyone else, deserve to be paid a living wage & should not teeter on the break of starvation & economic calamity. In my freelancing days, I skirted right up to that line myself too many times despite an intense work ethic.
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CJR Aug 16
Why it's wrong to blame mass killings on mental illness
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CJR Aug 16
. spoke to about the challenges of reporting and publishing stories of sexual abuse within the Jewish community
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Jay Rosen Aug 16
"The news industry hasn’t seriously reckoned with its responsibility to cover mass shootings with the discretion they require." So some people are doing something about it. "We will develop a set of guidelines for responsible reporting on mass shooters."
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Amanda Darrach Aug 15
"Slippery" but "charming." "Magnetic," but "useless." And “utterly unapologetic.” tells about his interview, which was on background, with Jeffrey Epstein last summer and his decision write about it this week. via
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Jon Allsop Aug 16
Replying to @CJR
I rounded up some bits on it for today's newsletter. /2
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