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April/May 2012
Good News for the Philadelphia Papers
The top executive who embarrassed them over coverage of their pending sale earlier this year is out. Fri., May 11, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Determined to Report the Story
Two journalists were so committed to revealing the killing of the “cursed” children of Ethiopia that they reported it on their own when their paper wouldn’t fund the project. They are being honored for the ethical approach they took to their work. Fri., May 11, 2012.   > read more
By  Chelsea Boone
A Changing Voice
The Voice of San Diego, a pioneering local news Web site, plots a future without its editor. Thurs., May 10, 2012.   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Cutbacks with a Dash of Nonsense
The Salt Lake Tribune is the latest news outlet to proclaim that staff reductions won't have any impact on the quality of the product. Weds., May 9, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
In the Digital Realm, New Hope for Editorial Cartoonists
While many newspapers have eliminated the position, the Internet offers a potentially brighter future.Weds., May 9, 2012.   > read more
By  Alexa Kravitz
Death to Nerd Prom!
Maybe Tom Brokaw’s opposition will open the door to a drastic rethinking of the misguided White House Correspondents’ Association dinner. Mon, May. 7, 2012   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Leaving the Newsroom to Launch Online Startups
Journalists embracing the entrepreneurial spirit. Weds., May 2, 2012.   > read more
By  Carl Straumsheim
A Nonstory on Politico
Yes, Obama used composite characters in his autobiography—as he said at the time. Weds., May 2, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
“Not a Fit Person”
A Parliamentary committee’s harsh verdict about Rupert Murdoch. Tues., May 1, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
A Fool’s Errand?
Is it time to jettison those fiasco-prone April Fools’ Day editions of college newspapers? Fri., April 27, 2012.   > read more
By  Michelle G. Chan
Smoothing Out Media Partnerships
A new Web site hopes to make joint reporting efforts easier to pull off. Thurs., April 26, 2012.   > read more
By  Bill Braun
Going Long About Sports
Narrative sportswriting is finding some homes in the digital world. Wed., April 25, 2012.   > read more
By  Elia Powers
The Man Behind the Obit for Facts
How outrage over a politician's outlandish statement triggered an Internet sensation. Weds., April 25, 2012.   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Telling the Story Through Her Own Words
A Seattle writer’s moving account of a rape victim’s ordeal leads to a Pulitzer Prize-- and a friendship with the victim.Tues., April 24, 2012.   > read more
By  Alexis Gutter
All about the Participation
At the Newseum’s new gallery on new media, interaction is key. Fri., April 20, 2012.   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Reflections on the Death of Facts...
...inspired by a brilliant, must-read “obituary” in the Chicago Tribune. Fri., April 20, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Challenging the Audience
A Tulsa World reporter’s powerful story on a transgender teen and the readers’ surprising reaction. Thurs., April 19, 2012.   > read more
By  Alexa Kravitz
Feel-Good Pulitzer Storylines
This year’s awards aren’t dominated by the usual suspects. Mon., April 16, 2012,   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
A Cautionary Tale
The important lesson to be learned from the media’s “Nikki Haley is going to be indicted” debacle. Weds., April 11, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Letting the Sunshine in
Brian Lamb reflects on 33 years at the helm of C-SPAN. Weds., April 11, 2012.   > read more
By  Michelle G. Chan
“Doing Stories That Matter”
ABC’s Pierre Thomas, honored as NABJ’s Journalist of the Year, reflects on a career that has found him in the middle of many major events. Tues., April 10.   > read more
By  Chelsea Boone
North to Alaska
A veteran newspaper executive realizes a childhood dream. Fri., April 6, 2012.   > read more
By  Carl Straumsheim
Second Chance
The advent of the tablet presents a bright opportunity for traditional news outlets that stumbled at the onset of the digital era. But will they take advantage? Thurs., March 29, 2012.   > read more
By  Caitlin Johnston
Flunking the Test
The American education system has never been better, several important measures show. But you’d never know that from reading overheated media reports about “failing” schools and enthusiastic pieces on unproven “reform” efforts. Fri., March 30, 2012.   > read more
By  Paul Farhi
Calling the Cops
ESPN and Syracuse’s Post-Standard were pummeled for failing to tell police about a tape regarding sexual abuse allegations against a Syracuse University coach. But when it comes to providing evidence to law enforcement officials, the bar for news organizations is quite high. Tues., April 3, 2012.   > read more
By  Cary Spivak
The Voice of God Is Dead
It's past time for news outlets to lose the rigid, formulaic approach to newswriting. But figuring out the boundaries can be tricky. Wed., April 4, 2012.   > read more
By  Jena Heath
Muckraking Goes Global
As investigative reporting recedes in the United States, it is exploding around the world, often online and frequently in countries where it has never been seen before. Thurs., April 5, 2012.   > read more
By  Mark Feldstein
Embracing the Future
Visits to 50 newspapers in 50 states find an evolving industry launching new initiatives in an effort to survive and thrive in the digital era. Thurs., April 5, 2012.   > read more
By  Sara Brown &  Paul Steinle
Endgame for Olbermann
An abrupt end to the mercurial anchor’s short, unhappy stint at Current TV. Fri., March 30, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
An Optimist at the Helm
Carl Lavin moves from launching startups to overseeing CNN’s homepage. Tues., March 26, 2012.   > read more
By  Carl Straumsheim
Why “Etch A Sketch” Matters
Chuck Todd to the contrary, the flap over a Romney aide’s cynical remark deserved coverage. Thurs., March 22, 2012.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
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