The Columbia Journalism Review is seeking a Chicago-based correspondent to join its United States Project, which aims to support accountability journalism in local markets around the country by offering intelligent criticism of media...Show More Summary
Laid-off LA Times writer Scott Timberg's new book about the pressures on journalism and the creative class is out, reviewed by the Columbia Journalism Review.
IT’S ALMOST LIKE TERESA SULLIVAN SEIZED ON A FALSE STORY TO ADVANCE AN ANTI-GREEK AGENDA REGARDLESS OF THE FACTS: Declared “the worst journalism of 2014” by the Columbia Journalism Review, Rolling Stone magazine’s account of a gang rape at a fraternity house nonetheless continues to cloud collegiate life at the University of Virginia. U.Va. President […]
CNN’s Don Lemon has been named as one of the worst journalists of 2014 on the Columbia Journalism Review, Darts & Laurel blog. Per the blog, Lemon was the only named journalist although publications and shows were mentioned. There were a series of, well, misspoken words which were not chosen wisely. Show More Summary
Columbia Journalism Review's recap of the year’s 'most cringeworthy news blunders' includes the out CNN anchor. read more
Out CNN anchor Don Lemon has been named one of the worst journalists of 2014 by the Columbia Journalism Review, a publication of the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism. Writes David Uberti over at the CJR blog Darts &...
Well-earned or nah? Don Lemon Ruled Among The Worst Journalists Of 2014 Via Mediaite: The Columbia Journalism Review gave a big ol’ lump of Christmas coal to CNN’s Don Lemon earlier this week by naming him among the worst
The Columbia Journalism Review has named CNN's Don Lemon one of the worst journalists of 2014. Lemon, who saw this year become a series of flubs and bad sound bites, can do nothing but grow from this experience, since he can't do much worse.
The Columbia Journalism Review gave a big ol' lump of Christmas coal to CNN's Don Lemon earlier this week by naming him among the worst of the worst in journalism for the year 2014.
Rolling Stone has asked the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism to investigate its editorial mishaps in reporting an article about an alleged rape. The now-infamous feature by Sabrina Rubin Erdely described the alleged gang rape of "Jackie" at a University of Virginia fraternity party. Show More Summary
"... Jann Wenner, Rolling Stone’s editor and publisher, said that the review would be led by Steve Coll, the journalism school’s dean, and Sheila Coronel, the dean of academic affairs.... The report will be published unedited and in its entirety on Rolling Stone’s website, and excerpts will appear in the magazine."Good... Show More Summary
THE COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW PUTS ROLLING STONE’S BOGUS RAPE STORY AT THE TOP OF ITS roundup of “the worst journalism of 2014.”
The magazine has asked the Columbia University School of Journalism to conduct an independent review of an article about an alleged gang rape at the University of Virginia.
The Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism will conduct a review into the magazine's editorial process
Rolling Stone Editor and Publisher Jan Wenner says the magazine will enlist the help of Columbia University’s journalism school to conduct an independent investigation into the publishing of the alleged University of Virginia gang rape story by Sabrina Rubin Erdely. Show More Summary
From HuffPost media reporter Michael Calderone: Rolling Stone editor and publisher Jann Wenner says he's asked Columbia Journalism School to conduct "an independent review... of the editorial process that led to the publication" of their controversial story on an alleged gang-rape at the University of Virginia. Show More Summary
There are lots of myths in education and education reporting, and the Columbia Journalism Review highlights one of them in its latest post (The Texas school board isn't as powerful as you think), calling out Reuters, the Washington Post, The Atlantic, Vice, and the Brownsville Herald (and praising the AP and the Houston Chronicle). Show More Summary
Florida Center for Investigative Reporting via Columbia Journalism Review: The nonprofit Citizens Awareness Foundation was founded to “empower citizens to exercise their right to know,” according to its mission statement. The South Florida...Show More Summary
The Columbia Journalism Review's Rocky Mountain Correspondent, Corey Hutchins, has posted highlights of a panel discussion Tuesday, moderated by Compass Colorado's Kelly Maher and me, on local news coverage of the 2014 election. Here...Show More Summary
Ryan Chittum, writing for Columbia Journalism Review: What The Guardian did was entirely ethical. Whisper told its reporters highly newsworthy facts about its own service. The information was all on the record. The Guardian reported it. Show More Summary