If news is the “first rough draft of history,” what is your reporting saying?
The Weatherproof Garment Company couldn’t have found a better model for its coat. He’s tall, lean, handsome, and he’s the most powerful man in the nation. The company agreed Jan. 11 to remove a billboard in Times Square featuring a photo of President Barack Obama. An Associated Press photographer took the photo during Obama’s November trip […]
When asked recently how he spends his mornings, President Barack Obama listed three newspapers he reads between having breakfast and the daily security briefing. His papers of choice? The Washington Post, The New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. In other words, America’s newspapers of records. Now this is some news consumption I can […]
If President Obama lifts a ban on access to Dover Air Force Base, the media will be faced with the ethical decision of whether to run photos of flag-covered coffins containing fallen soldiers.
A racist editorial cartoon leaves officials at the New York Post attempting to justify their editorial judgment.
The Associated Press sent out an alert that effective Thursday, Nov. 13 they were changing the stylebook rule about how to refer to heads of state. AP now will use the title and first and family names of all heads of state. For example, it will no longer be President-elect Obama. Instead, it will be […]