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CJR
Monitoring the press, tracking the evolving media business & encouraging excellence in journalism since 1961.
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CJR 9h
"It's been just nonstop": The election that never ended for Michigan's political reporters
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CJR 11h
This annus horribilis, and what comes next
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CJR 13h
Amidst conflict, the country’s historically robust press is being muzzled.
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CJR 15h
Emmanuel Macron's press-freedom hypocrisy
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CJR 17h
"I care about writing stories with impact—maybe they don’t win awards, but they make a difference to someone."
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CJR 19h
How a retired journalist helped swing Maine's senate race
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CJR Nov 28
What journalism can learn from mutual aid
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CJR Nov 28
In recent years, with the journalism business increasingly untenable, there have been calls for public investment across the country, at the local and federal level.
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CJR Nov 28
Covering Michigan's election standoff
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CJR Nov 28
User-funded video channels seem like an exciting premise: direct support of your favorite YouTube star. But it’s an intense relationship, and one that complicates the dynamic between commentator and news consumer.
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CJR Nov 28
"Those putting themselves in danger to report from the scene were, by and large, the same people whose identity made them most vulnerable to violence."
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CJR Nov 28
The journalism business must be rebuilt and reconceived.
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CJR Nov 27
“The forms and styles that are dominant in journalism practice don’t always allow us to get at the historical context that is vital.”
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CJR Nov 27
Media companies haven’t made newsrooms inclusive. Can unions?
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CJR Nov 27
What happened when John Rodriguez, a local publisher, sought public funding
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CJR Nov 27
Did a newsletter company create a more equitable media system—or replicate the flaws of the old one?
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CJR Nov 27
Do you subscribe to The Media Today yet? What about the Journalism Crisis Project? Top Stories? You can do all that here:
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CJR Nov 26
As Trump prepares to leave office, browse through our Trump issue from Fall 2017. We got into what it's like to edit Jared Kushner, the ascendance of the right-wing media, and much more:
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CJR Nov 26
Last year, we delved into what happens to journalism when facts aren't enough, featuring articles on topics like: The National Enquirer, Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, the Chicago Police Department, and more.
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CJR Nov 26
Happy Thanksgiving! Take some time to catch up on our newest magazine issue, rolling out now:
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