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June/July 2013
British Lord Critiques the First Amendment as “Unbalanced”
Lord Anthony Lester says the First Amendment is no longer seen as the beacon for free speech that it once was in the rest of the world. Fri., August 9, 2013.   > read more
By  Gabrielle Kratsas
With Soledad O'Brien, Al Jazeera America Gears Up for Launch
Al Jazeera's new American channel launches Aug 20. Fri., Aug. 9, 2013.   > read more
By  Gabrielle Kratsas
American Journalism Review To Become Online Only Publication
The American Journalism Review will end production of its print edition and launch a redesigned website in Fall 2013 as it becomes an online-only publication, the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism announced Wednesday. Wed., July 17, 2013.   > read more
By  AJR Staff
From The Huffington Post to the NHL
Why social media buff Craig Kanalley is returning to his hometown as social media czar of the Buffalo Sabres. Fri., June 28, 2013.   > read more
By  Gabrielle Kratsas
We Need to Revolutionize Online Content…
…And remember that great writing is a marvelous mix of craft and magic. (Last of a Series) Fri., June 28, 2013.   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
Reporters Should Get Out More
Why on-the-scene reporting totally trumps the phone and e-mail interview. And why journalists should be feared.(Fourth of a Series)Thu., June 27, 2013.   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
All Sides Aren't Necessarily Equal, So Don't Write as if They Are
And like Mr. Quick the butcher, don't be bashful about brandishing your expertise.(Third of a Series) Wed., June 26, 2013.   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
What I Learned from Richard Nixon
And why more thinking in the newsroom is crucial for better journalism. (Second of a series) Tue., June 25, 2013.   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
Fifty Ways to Serve Your Readers
Five decades after he received his first byline, a journalist and journalism educator lays out some things he has learned—befitting the era of BuzzFeed, in a bunch of lists.Mon., June 24, 2013.   > read more
By  Carl Sessions Stepp
Reinventing the News for a Mobile World
That's Anthony De Rosa's mission as he steps down as Reuters' social media editor to help run the mobile-only news service Circa.Thu., June 13, 2013.   > read more
By  Gabrielle Kratsas
How Outdated IRS Policies Hurt Nonprofit Journalism
News outlets suffer, sometimes fatally, due to a long backlog of applications for tax-exempt status. Fri., June 7, 2013.   > read more
By  Taylor Griffith
AJR's Enda wins Mirror Award for In-Depth Reporting   > read more
By  AJR Staff
An Ethical Stumble in Philadelphia adds Gov. Tom Corbett and one of his rivals to its roster of columnists. Fri., May 31, 2013.   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
Lipsyte Comes out of the Bullpen and Back to Prime Time with ESPN
The highly regarded columnist takes over Saturday as the sports juggernaut's ombudsman.Thu., May 30, 2013.   > read more
By  Brooks Welsh
The Village Gets a New Voice
Film critic Stephanie Zacharek takes her distinctive style to the Village Voice.Wed., May 8, 2013.   > read more
By  Sarah Albert
“Old-Fashioned Journalism Published on a New Platform”
Pulitzer-winning InsideClimate News has evolved from a small commentary site to a news outlet stressing original reporting. Wed., May 8, 2013   > read more
By  Leigh Ann Renzulli
Just Not the Retiring Type
Even after her second retirement, Tallahassee reporting legend Lucy Morgan continues to have an impact at the Tampa Bay Times.Tue., May 7, 2013.   > read more
By  Emily Thompson
Emerging in a Hurry
Award-winning USA Today reporter Yamiche Alcindor is no stranger to covering major news. Tues., May 7, 2013.   > read more
By  Sandra Muller
Really Bleak or Better than Ever?
What’s the true state of journalism in the United States?   > read more
By  Rem Rieder
As local TV news operations struggle to fill more hours of programming, syndicated stories are showing up on local newscasts across the country. Fri., January 11, 2013.   > read more
By  Deborah Potter
Hiking the Prices
As advertising declines, some papers see charging readers more as a promising strategy.Wed., April 10, 2013   > read more
By  John Morton
Reporting on Gun Violence
Slate partners with an anonymous Twitter user to chronicle the carnage in an innovative way. Fri., March 29, 2013.   > read more
By  Barb Palser
Covering the Oracle for His Own Paper
Steve Jordon has spent more than four decades on the Buffett beat. Wed., March 27, 2013.   > read more
By  Rachel Rosenthal
Launching a Startup in Iraq
An American journalist’s Web site is a go-to destination for news about the Iraqi oil industry. Wed., April 10, 2013   > read more
By  Jackie Spinner
A Passionate and Persistent Journalist

Scoop: Jack Nelson, The Evolution of a Southern Reporter

Edited by Barbara Matusow

University Press of Mississippi

208 pages; $26

  > read more
Book review by  Carl Sessions Stepp

Romenesko Roars Back
After the messy breakup with Poynter, the media news aggregating pioneer has created a distinctive Web site with passion and verve. Thurs., April 5, 2012.   > read more
By  Mark Lisheron
Letters   > read more
By   Unknown