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October/November 2011
Calling a Lie a Lie
When something is clearly false, journalists shouldn’t be bashful about pointing it out. Wed., November 30, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
No Way to Treat a Romenesko
The Poynter Institute drastically overreacts. Thurs., November 10, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Developing Maps for Journalists
A Washington, D.C., firm helps news outlets develop sophisticated ways of visualizing data. Thurs., November 10, 2011   > read more
By  Tim Ebner
For Hyperlocal News Sites, Strength in Numbers
Publishers hope their new trade association can help them solve common problems. Thurs., November 3, 2011   > read more
By  Stephanie Weaver
Supporting the “Independent, Intrepid Reporter”
The Fund for Investigative Journalism has a long track record of underwriting accountability reporting. Fri., October 21, 2011   > read more
By  Romy Zipken
Encouraging News for the New York Times
Charging for content seems to be paying off. Thurs., October 20, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Back in the Game
Melinda Henneberger, whose Politics Daily site on AOL was a casualty of the Huffington Post merger, returns to action with the Washington Post. Tues., October 18, 2011   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Memo to IRS: Get Out of the Way
The tax collectors and their delay on ruling on tax-exempt status for fledgling nonprofit news outlets. Fri., October 14, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
A Small Paper’s Fact-Checking Triumph
Wed., October 12, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Going Long in the Digital Age
Longform journalism faces a stiff challenge: How do you hold the attention of an audience that is clicking rather than paging through a long article? A new group of content curators say it’s with mobile devices and apps, which are broadening longform’s appeal and creating sit-down readers once again. Mon., October 10, 2011   > read more
By  Tim Ebner
Sarah Palin’s Good Deed
Now maybe the news media can find something else to obsess about. Fri., October 7, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Ellen Weiss’ New Challenge
The longtime NPR news executive takes over as the Center for Public Integrity’s executive editor. Fri., October 7, 2011   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Salon’s Mission: Speaking Up for the “Little Guy”
The pioneering Web site revives its Washington presence with an emphasis on covering “the great recession.” Wed., October 5, 2011   > read more
By  Stephanie Weaver
84 Percent of Our Followers Like Our Tweets!
The people who brought you Fake AP Stylebook take on the world of research. Fri., September 30, 2011   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Wooing Them with Coffee
A newspaper tries to get closer to its audience by operating a news café, which also features working journalists, community events and, soon, courses in community journalism. Thurs., September 29, 2011   > read more
By  Romy Zipken
A College Newspaper Editor’s Baptism of Fire
In her first week, she finds herself at the center of a national journalism controversy. Wed., September 28, 2011   > read more
By  Morgan Gibson
Steering Clear of Misinformation
An ONA session helps journalists avoid online hoaxes. Fri., September 23, 2011   > read more
By  Tim Ebner
CNN Under Fire
Should the news outlet have cosponsored a GOP debate with the Tea Party Express? Fri., September 23, 2011   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
As ONA Conference Gets Underway, the Emphasis Is on Agility   > read more
By  Tim Ebner
For the Online News Association, the Future Is Now.
There will be no “future of” panels later this month at its convention, which will focus on digital tools that news organizations and journalists should be embracing at this moment. Mon., September 12, 2011   > read more
By  Tim Ebner
An Obvious Choice for AOL
There’s no way a principal in a venture capital fund for tech companies can play a role in a Web site like TechCrunch that covers them. Wed., September 7, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Campaign Coverage in the Time of Twitter
How technology has transformed reporting on presidential politics Thurs. August 25, 2011   > read more
By  Jodi Enda
Hyperlocal Heroes
A firsthand look at how some members of the burgeoning roster of hyperlocal news Web sites do their job Fri. August 26, 2011   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
Out of the Shadows
Two high-profile incidents have propelled the long-ignored issue of sexual violence against journalists into the spotlight. And women aren’t the only victims. Mon. August 29, 2011   > read more
By  Sherry Ricchiardi
Taking Readers for a Ride
The world of car reviewing is replete with expensive perks and fantasy vehicles. Consumer advocates need not apply. Wed. August 31, 2011   > read more
By  Frank Greve
Starting Over
With its celebrated founder ousted in the wake of a controversy over his students’ investigative techniques, the Medill Innocence Project continues its efforts on behalf of wrongfully convicted inmates with a new leader and a new approach. Wed. August 31, 2011   > read more
By  Cary Spivak
Male-Dominated Media
Thurs., December 1, 2011   > read more
By  Sherry Ricchiardi
Stepping Back
Even in—or maybe particularly in—our rapid-fire news environment, there are times when it’s important for journalists and audiences alike to take the long view. Tues. August 30, 2011   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
A Strategy for Facebook
News outlets are devoting a great deal of energy to heightening their presence on social media.Posted: Fri., Aug. 5, 2011   > read more
By  Barb Palser
A Welcome Change
After years of decline, the audience for network news jumps upward. Thurs. August 4, 2011   > read more
By  Deborah Potter
In Love with Newspapers
Rupert Murdoch’s lifelong devotion to newsprint. Fri. July 29, 2011   > read more
By  John Morton
Aggregating Without Aggravating
What are the best practices when it comes to collecting the material of other news outlets? Wed. August 24, 2011   > read more
By  Michaelle Bond
On the Beet
Beet.TV makes its mark with video interviews of media and technology executives. Tues., Aug. 9, 2011   > read more
By  Alison Kitchens
Seeing the Future
Decades before the debut of the iPad, Roger Fidler was an evangelist for the tablet as news device. Tues., November 29, 2011   > read more
By  Morgan Gibson
A Journalism Dynasty

The Magnificent Medills The McCormick-Patterson Dynasty: America’s Royal Family of Journalism During a Century of Turbulent Splendor

By Megan McKinney


464 pages; $27.99

Wed. August 31, 2011
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Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp

Doing More with Less
Posted: Thurs. March, 3, 2011   > read more
By   Unknown
Retreating From the World
Posted: Thurs. March, 3, 2011   > read more
By   Unknown
Thoughts on Interpretation
Posted: Thurs. March, 3, 2011   > read more
By   Unknown

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