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Making Sense of the News: What Is News?
February 2, 2017
Becoming news literate in the internet age requires defining what "news" really is and figuring out if the source is reliable.
Will the Real Journalists Please Stand Up?
February 1, 2017
A historian notes that objectivity, carried to extremes, stands in the way of a crucial American tradition in journalism: calling out lies and liars.
Trumping The Times
November 28, 2016
Fear and servility in midtown Manhattan.
The Campaign for Celebrity
October 31, 2016
Like junk food, will Trump leave us empty and wanting more?
Last Night: A Must-Read Book Review and a Book You Shouldn't Read
September 29, 2016
Our new series looks at how campaign 2016 is playing on TV and other media.
The Media Reaches Critical Mass on Donald Trump
September 20, 2016
Is the tide turning? The words "lie" and "liar" are beginning to turn up in
New York Times
headlines about the GOP nominee.
The New York Times
July 25, 2016
Public editor Liz Spayd's inaugural column misses the mark by not explaining how the media really works — and offers little proof that the paper's critics can support their perceptions with evidence.
Current Journalism Practices and the Dark Side of Speculation
July 6, 2016
We’ve moved into an era when political reporters and pundits are unapologetic about making prophecies and judgments.
Did the Press Take Down Bernie Sanders?
June 10, 2016
The rebellious nature of the Vermont senator's presidential bid didn't fit the mainstream media's predetermined scenario.
Is the Media Recalculating How It Covers Trump?
June 2, 2016
After months of no follow ups and an estimated $2 billion in free coverage, the
reports TV news execs may finally be ready to ask Donald Trump some tough questions.
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