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Joshua Yaffa / New Yorker:
Compared to the likes of Tucker Carlson, Sean Hannity, and Donald Trump, the perceived menace of disinfo from Russian trolls far surpasses its actual reach   —  The spectre of foreign manipulation looms over the coming election.  But in focussing on the ­tactics of the aggressors we overlook our weaknesses as victims.
Sep 8, 2020, 3:50 AM - In context

Rachel Del Valle / Nieman Lab:
Service journalism, traditionally the remit of lifestyle magazines, is moving past how-to pieces and product reviews to offer actionable advice on pandemic news   —  Service stories used to exist apart from, and as a respite to, the news.  In pandemic times, that no longer make sense.
Sep 6, 2020, 5:10 PM - In context

Sydney Bauer / Poynter:
A 2018 Atlantic story about transgender teenagers misgendered its cover model and, experts say, crossed ethical boundaries; the magazine says it “missed a step”   —  Mina Brewer was going to work on a summer day in New York City when something caught his eye in a Manhattan subway station.
Sep 4, 2020, 4:20 AM - In context

Megan Lebowitz / Nieman Reports:
After Assad's regime made Syria inaccessible for journalists, the country's citizen journalists stepped in, creating safety concerns and ethical dilemmas   —  After Assad's regime made the country inaccessible for journalists, Syrian citizens stepped in, creating safety concerns and ethical dilemmas
Aug 31, 2020, 9:55 PM - In context

Mathew Ingram / Columbia Journalism Review:
When writing about Trump's Kenosha visit or his remarks on Portland, media needs to be explicit about his political calculations   —  On Saturday, protests in Portland turned violent after a convoy of Trump supporters drove into the city, their pickup trucks filled with American flags …
Aug 31, 2020, 5:30 PM - In context

Emma Copley Eisenberg / Esquire:
An in-depth look at fact-checking in nonfiction publishing, where there are no standard guidelines and it is the author's responsibility to hire a fact-checker   —  Emma Copley Eisenberg discusses the dangers of authors being forced to hire their own fact-checker out of pocket.  If they do so at all.
Aug 31, 2020, 7:15 AM - In context

Elon Green / The Appeal:
White writers and editors dominate the true crime genre, getting to choose what crime is worth a feature, which can skew perceptions of what constitutes a crime   —  White voices and victims dominate the genre, which can skew the perception of what constitutes a crime.
Aug 25, 2020, 5:20 AM - In context

As the RNC shapes up to be a “major medical and political disinformation event”, networks should be ready to cut away when Trump and his allies start lying   —  In June—with Roy Cooper, the Democratic governor of North Carolina, refusing, due to the pandemic …
Aug 24, 2020, 10:05 AM - In context

To avoid airing a Democratic infomercial and lacking breaks in the virtual convention, news shows talked over the DNC production, creating an unwatchable result   —  In the run-up to the Democratic National Convention, which opened last night, fans of convention pomp mourned the likely shortcomings …
Aug 18, 2020, 10:10 AM - In context

Jacob Bernstein / New York Times:
W magazine will now be called W Media after being sold to Bustle Media Group and investors including film and TV producer Jason Blum   —  The movie and television producer Jason Blum, the racecar driver Lewis Hamilton and the model Kaia Gerber will also be investors.
Aug 14, 2020, 9:50 AM - In context




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