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Nic Dawes at the Columbia Journalism Review: "Maneuvering a New Reality for US Journalism."Gabriel Sherman at New York Magazine: "Experts Urge Clinton Campaign to Challenge Election Results in 3 Swing States."[Content Note: Descriptions of bigotry; violent imagery] e.c.c. Show More Summary

Columbia Journalism Review’s Truth Problem

The truth, as they say, hurts. Nowhere is this better illustrated recently than over there at The Columbia Journalism Review. Where CJR staff writer and senior Delacorte fellow David Uberti has penned this seriously misleading piece about my recent remarks on CNN concerning the “rigged election” controversy brought to the fore by Donald Trump.

CJR launches partnership with Tow Center, expanding its reach into digital journalism

We are thrilled to announce an expansion of the coverage of digital journalism at CJR. The Columbia Journalism Review this week kicks off a new vertical on the site focused on research from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism and other research centers. The new section on the site, with a dedicated editor, reflects the shared commitments of CJR and...

Horror stories from Vice freelancers

3 months agoHumor / odd : Boing Boing

Vice, the media powerhouse said to be worth upwards of $5bn and "sloshing with cash" thanks to annual revenues in the $900m range, treats its freelancers badly, according to Columbia Journalism Review. Work goes unpaid, payment is late...Show More Summary

Report: Vice Frequently Fails to Pay Freelance Journalists for Their Work

3 months agoNews : Mediaite

The Columbia Journalism Review reported Wednesday that dozens of freelance journalists who have worked with Vice Media complained to them that the outlet frequently pays out far below the industry standards, and sometimes failed to pay journalists for their work at all. “Journalists who have worked for Vice tell CJR that the company published their […]

Columbia Journalism Review Names New Editor and Publisher

The Columbia Journalism Review has announced the appointment of a new editor and publisher. Taking over in the role starting in September will be Kyle Pope. Pope is a former TV editor for Inside.com and has covered media for The...

CJR gets new editor and publisher

We are very pleased to announce that Kyle Pope will become the next editor and publisher of Columbia Journalism Review. Kyle is a wonderful journalist and editorial leader with wide-ranging experience. He spent a decade as a reporter,...Show More Summary

Go, Read: Ann Telnaes On Social Media And Editorial Cartooning

The Ann Telnaes has a new article up at Columbia Journalism Review on the impact that social media can have on editorial cartooning. She veers away from the subject of most analyses that focus on promotion and dissemination and goes right into pushback. Show More Summary

New York Times Names Elizabeth Spayd Public Editor

7 months agoNews : Huffington Post

The New York Times has named Elizabeth Spayd, former Washington Post managing editor and current editor-in-chief of the Columbia Journalism Review, as the paper's next public editor. The Times has been searching for a replacement for...Show More Summary

New York Times Names Elizabeth Spayd Its 6th Public Editor

A former Washington Post editor and current editor in chief of The Columbia Journalism Review, Ms. Spayd succeeds Margaret Sullivan, who left last month.

Rick Friday: Man Of The Hour, Cartoonist Of The Week

The Columbia Journalism Review -- the magazine most likely to be on the back of my Dad's toilet from 1974-1980 -- has a piece up on cartoonist Rick Friday being fired from a rural Iowa publication called Farm News after a late-AprilShow More Summary

CJR: Morning Joe Lets Trump Tell Obvious Lies

Columbia Journalism Review's Chava Gourarie takes TV reporters to task -- in particular Joe Scarborough -- for not rebutting obvious lies told by Donald Trump. Gourarie noted how CNN's Jake Tapper was applauded for sharply criticizing Trump's unfounded statements connecting Ted Cruz's father to Lee Harvey Oswald. Show More Summary

10 Wednesday AM Reads

An interesting week so far (to say the least). Bring it round the club house turn with our broken rail in Mineola morning train reads: • Facebook is eating the world (Columbia Journalism Review) • As Some Hedge Funds Falter, Others Prove...Show More Summary

Where Boston's TV stations Were During the Church Sex Abuse Scandal

Terry Knopf makes an important point in her article in the Columbia Journalism Review about Boston news coverage of the Catholic Church: for years, many reporters -- in print and broadcast media -- did not cover the Catholic archdiocese in the same way they covered government or other big institutions. Show More Summary

Gun control: What works, what doesn’t and what remains open for debate

Gun control works, but you have to be smart about it. That's the takeaway from a major new analysis out this month in the journal Epidemiologic Reviews. Columbia University's Julian Santaella-Tenorio and a team of researchers pored over the results of 130 studies on gun control legislation passed in 10 different countries to find out which policy interventions […]

“The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Part I”: Table of Contents

The following reviews were written by Kinnedy Broughton, Dyana Daniels and Messiah Young, all Chicago high school students, as part of Columbia College Chicago's Columbia Links journalism program for high school students. RogerEbert.com...Show More Summary

“The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Part I”: A Review by Kinnedy Broughton

The following review was written by Kinnedy Broughton, a Chicago high school student, as part of Columbia College Chicago's Columbia Links journalism program for high school students. RogerEbert.com has partnered with the Chicago Urban League and Columbia Links to mentor these students and to give them a platform for their writing. Show More Summary

“The African Americans: Many Rivers to Cross, Part I”: A Review by Dyana Daniels

The following review was written by Dyana Daniels, a Chicago high school student, as part of Columbia College Chicago's Columbia Links journalism program for high school students. RogerEbert.com has partnered with the Chicago Urban League and Columbia Links to mentor these students and to give them a platform for their writing. Show More Summary

“Dear White People”: A Review by Messiah Young

The following review was written by Messiah Young, a Chicago high school student, as part of Columbia College Chicago's Columbia Links journalism program for high school students. RogerEbert.com has partnered with the Chicago Urban League and Columbia Links to mentor these students and to give them a platform for their writing. Show More Summary

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