You can be a journalist and be human. In fact, the best journalists show their humanity.
Just because someone doesn’t like what you reported doesn’t mean it’s fake. This post helps you deal with the “fake news” claim.
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Student editors do not support deleting content from their websites or social media accounts, with one exception. Read more in this post about when they think it’s acceptable and see more discussion on the topic of deleting content.
Amazon and New York Times executives are in a public debate about an article outlining a poor organizational culture and working conditions at the online retailer. In this week’s case study, I asked students to choose a side. Which organization needs public relations most and what should they do?
Reporting about victims is an inescapable part of journalism that requires special training. Read victims coverage advice from myself and Rachel Dissell, a reporter for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, who covered the Steubenville rape case and worked to report on why hundreds of rape kits sat untested in Ohio.
Serial podcast may not be the journalism we’re use to, but why is that a bad thing?