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“MURDER THE MEDIA,” someone carved into a door.

Journalists were attacked, threatened and detained during the Capitol siege

“MURDER THE MEDIA,” someone carved into a door.

Contracts | acosalliance

Contracts | acosalliance

Contracts | acosalliance

PressThink, a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, is written by Jay Rosen.

PressThink - PressThink, a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, is written by Jay Rosen.

PressThink, a project of the Arthur L. Carter Journalism Institute at New York University, is written by Jay Rosen.

The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride. - The New York Times

The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride.

The Trump Presidency Is Ending. So Is Maggie Haberman’s Wild Ride. - The New York Times

Neil Sheehan, Pulitzer-winning journalist who chronicled Vietnam War, dies at 84 - The Washington Post

Neil Sheehan, N.Y. Times reporter who obtained Pentagon Papers and chronicled ‘Bright Shining Lie’ of Vietnam, dies at 84

He chronicled the Vietnam War as a reporter and later as the author of a Pulitzer Prize-winning history.

Closing of Pacific Standard and Topic Shows Perils of Depending on a Rich Patron - The New York Times

Closing of Pacific Standard and Topic Shows Perils of Depending on a Rich Patron (Published 2019)

Closing of Pacific Standard and Topic Shows Perils of Depending on a Rich Patron - The New York Times

Think ahead now about workflow, style guides and new policies for fall success in your student newsroom - Poynter

Think ahead now about workflow, style guides and new policies for fall success in your student newsroom - Poynter

It’s never too early to start thinking about next semester. With schools’ plans still unknown, it’s important to stay organized and plan for contingencies.

In a year of worsts, we’re celebrating reporting on responses to the year’s biggest challenges

Standout solutions journalism of 2020

At the end of this exceptionally challenging, exhausting year, we can either wallow in the worst or seek out what’s working and, little by little, find a path forward. You, too, can find inspiration…

Journalism and the power of emotions - Columbia Journalism Review

Journalism and the power of emotions

One sweltering day in the late 1880s, journalist and photographer Jacob Riis found his way to a stifling slum tenement on Mott Street in New York. A family sat huddled around a small child who lay still, her breath labored. Their expressions were blank with futility. The little girl wasn’t sick with disease, and she […]

Inverted pyramid style – Writing for Strategic Communication Industries

Inverted pyramid style – Writing for Strategic Communication Industries

Inverted pyramid style – Writing for Strategic Communication Industries

Does Journalism Have a Future? | The New Yorker

Does Journalism Have a Future?

In an era of social media and fake news, journalists who have survived the print plunge have new foes to face, Jill Lepore writes.

The Auto/Biographical Journalist and Stories of Lived Experience: Life Writing: Vol 17, No 1

The Auto/Biographical Journalist and Stories of Lived Experience

(2020). The Auto/Biographical Journalist and Stories of Lived Experience. Life Writing: Vol. 17, Career Construction Theory and Life Writing, pp. 59-74.

Travel journalism: Where does it go next?

Panel discussion with travel journalists Simon Calder, Lyn Hughes, Kash Bhattacharya, Nicky Trup, Amanda Statham and Kevin RushbyFor many of us, being a trav...

She hears footsteps from above, shuffling against the attic floorboards. A framed painting suddenly vanishes from a wall. The gas-fueled flames of the chandelier flicker and dim.

McClatchy Washington Bureau

She hears footsteps from above, shuffling against the attic floorboards. A framed painting suddenly vanishes from a wall. The gas-fueled flames of the chandelier flicker and dim.

You can't be gaslighted if you don't get confused and you won't get confused if you are not misled in the first place.

Gaslighting: from partners to politicians – how to avoid becoming a victim

You can't be gaslighted if you don't get confused and you won't get confused if you are not misled in the first place.