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Kelly McBride
Media ethicist, VP@Poynter, co-editor of The New Ethics of Journalism. "Media is the air we breathe. Let's make it healthy."
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Kelly McBride Dec 16
So how did Voldemort get in The Last Jedi?
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Kelly McBride Dec 9
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Kelly McBride Dec 7
Anybody else inundated by requests from student journalists writing their papers?
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Kelly McBride Dec 7
I’ve done three consults today with local news orgs about to cover their own sexual harassers. If you’re wondering about which stories to cover, here’s our handy guide.
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Kelly McBride Dec 6
Where I live. “In Florida, finding an iguana in the toilet is unique.”
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Kelly McBride Dec 6
“It all started in third grade.” NBC News Sr. VP talks career paths w/ -NABJ Leadership Academy participants.
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Kelly McBride Dec 6
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Kelly McBride Dec 6
Some days your the Hyena, some days your the severed head of a lioness.
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Kelly McBride Dec 6
“Work, not war." What Marty Baron said at the Poynter Ethics Summit:
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Kelly McBride Dec 5
Reps deeply distrust the press. Dems don’t. It’s pretty stable.
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Kelly McBride Dec 5
We talked about political messaging around the press, wondered briefly if we might get Reps to stop describing journalists as enemies. But ... also learned from study that that rhetoric isn’t really changing views.
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Kelly McBride Dec 5
Not a lot . There was one question about native, whether we should have native at all bc itundermines credibility. The Summit was on Press + President.
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
Covfefe = shorthand for journalism ethics in a era of presidential tweets.
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
This is the exact opposite of what everyone on this panel is doing.
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Lie of the Year 2017: Vote in the Readers' Choice poll!
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
We want some skepticism in the audience. -
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
There’s a problem with “The truth is more important now than ever.” Why wasn’t the truth important 8 years ago? -
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
Asserting accuracy is not going to work. You have DEMONSTRATE accuracy. -
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
This conversation is amazing.
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Kelly McBride Dec 4
"You’re fake news" is the new “You’re fired” for Trump, -
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