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The transparency movement has finally come of age. Power has shifted to the users. Their trust has to be earned in different ways now. The post Show your work: The new terms for trust in journalism appeared first on PressThink.
"Any semblance of a political opinion must be squashed, with the appearance of neutrality and balance preserved at all costs." The post Pricing access to the Trump White House: the strange case of the Times social media policy appeared first on PressThink.
A conflict in the journalist's code was created by a president wholly unfit for the job. The post Normalizing Trump: An incredibly brief explainer appeared first on PressThink.
It’s all they know. They aren’t prepared for anything else. The post His campaign to discredit the press is a permanent feature of Trump’s political style appeared first on PressThink.
"Wake up: Trump is not trying to win the support of anyone who is not naturally aligned with him." The post Why the White House daily briefing is in such trouble. appeared first on PressThink.
That our President is a master of media manipulation is a view commonly expressed by American journalists. I doubt it. The post Getting granular with the claim that Trump is some media wizard appeared first on PressThink.
More than 35 White House correspondents spoke to Politico about what it's like for them. They want you to know they're having a blast. The post “The Trump White House has turned into a kind of playground for the press.” appeared first on PressThink.
Why I'm teaming up with the Dutch site, De Correspondent, on its U.S. launch. Because a membership model grounded in trust is one plausible way out of this mess. The post This is what a news organization looks like when it is built on reader trust appeared first on PressThink.
The American President can blow up the world. A lot of work went into reassuring us that he won't. Now it's being undone. The post A few notes on unbuilding a key part of the presidency appeared first on PressThink.
It's not like reality gives up easily, and let's you roll over it. This is Distortion Field 101. The post Steve Bannon’s styrofoam balls appeared first on PressThink.
These are the problems in pressthink that most concern me now. Ranked by urgency. The post Live: a list of my top problems in pressthink appeared first on PressThink.
Put your most junior people in the White House briefing room. Recognize that the real story is elsewhere, and most likely hidden. The post Send the interns appeared first on PressThink.
These mettle tests are going to come more quickly than we thought, I guess. HarperCollins: you're up! The post Plagiarism charges against Monica Crowley put her publishing house on stage appeared first on PressThink.
Winter is coming. But there are things that can be done. The second half of my post on the American press under threat. The post Prospects for the American press under Trump, part two appeared first on PressThink.
How bad is it? Bad. I will explain why. Any bright signs? A few. This is part 1. Part 2 is about what can be done. Out tomorrow. The post Winter is coming: prospects for the American press under Trump appeared first on PressThink.
A small matter (tiny, really.) But it matters to me because what I said was misrepresented, The post Hey, that’s not what I said. appeared first on PressThink.
People of CBS News: You need a learning curve that's steeper than this. The post Amplify false claim, get slammed for it online, take it down. Next week, repeat the process. This is CBS News. appeared first on PressThink.
CBS News plays megaphone for Trump, then comes to its senses (a little.) The post CBS News plays megaphone for Trump, then comes to its senses (a little.) appeared first on PressThink.
I remember the first time I heard about Gamergate. A random follower on Twitter asked me if I had been following the story. The post The Gamergate model of press relations appeared first on PressThink.
Note: This list does not include abusive replies The post The most common replies I receive on Twitter appeared first on PressThink.