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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

RogerEbert.com Partners with Chicago Urban League and Columbia Links to Mentor Young Critics

RogerEbert.com is collaborating once again with Columbia College’s high school journalism program and the Chicago Urban League in what Chaz Ebert calls “paving a pathway to the future.” Student reviewers from the Columbia Links program...Show More Summary

“Slavery by Another Name”: 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

“Slavery by Another Name”: 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

What lessons have we learned from the 2014 ebola epidemic in West Africa?

An academic from the University of British Columbia has analysed, in a review published today in the International Journal of Epidemiology, what could have been done differently in the efforts to prevent the Ebola epidemic in 2014. read more

Columbia Journalism Review: Paris ‘Opportunity’ for Media to Show Commitment to Climate Change

One-sided and overwhelmingly biased coverage of climate change wasn’t enough for the news industry publication Columbia Journalism Review. On Dec. 1, CJR contributing editor Cristine Russell actually claimed “climate change has often languished in news coverage...”

Four weeks after the Columbia Journalism Review and Deadspin noticed multiple instances of apparent

6 months agoSports : Deadspin

Four weeks after the Columbia Journalism Review and Deadspin noticed multiple instances of apparent plagiarism by San Francisco Chronicle Warriors beat reporter Rusty Simmons, he has returned from his suspension. No word yet on what a review of his work by the paper found. [CJR] Read more...

More Than 36,000 People Want Don Lemon Fired

6 months agoLGBT / Gay : Out.com

Last year the Columbia Journalism Review placed Don Lemon on the “Worst Journalism of 2014” list. And not without reason: From entertaining the idea that Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 could have been swallowed up by a blackhole, to advising...Show More Summary

What’s restorative narrative? A Q&A with a journalism professor who’s studying it

6 months agoIndustries / Media : Media Wire

After reading a Columbia Journalism Review piece last winter on restorative narrative, Nicole Dahmen wanted to know more. She started reading everything she could find on the idea. “Images & Voices of Hope, a non-profit media group,Show More Summary

Q&A With Prof. Nicholas Lemann on Columbia University's New Leap Into Publishing

This first appeared in The National Book Review, a journal of books and ideas At a time when books and journalism seem to be embattled, Columbia University has launched a new publishing imprint, Columbia Global Reports. It has just released Bethany McLean's Shaky Ground: The Strange Saga of the U.S. Show More Summary

Q&A With Prof. Nicholas Lemann on Columbia University's New Leap Into Publishing

This first appeared in The National Book Review, a journal of books and ideas At a time when books and journalism seem to be embattled, Columbia University has launched a new publishing imprint, Columbia Global Reports. It has just released Bethany McLean's Shaky Ground: The Strange Saga of the U.S. Show More Summary

Columbia Journalism Review Isn't Going Anywhere, Editor Vows

7 months agoNews : Huffington Post

The Columbia Journalism Review's editor-in-chief has been busy this week assuring readers of the half-century-old magazine that it is not slow-walking its way to oblivion. On Wednesday, CJR announced that it would cut back publication...Show More Summary

Columbia J-School dean explains CJR changes

Columbia Journalism Review publisher and editor-in-chief Liz Spayd announced this morning that the magazine is going from bimonthly to two “special issues” per year and focusing on its digital side. Here’s a memo about the changes from Columbia Journalism School dean Steve Coll: Dear J-school Faculty, Staff and Students, I write to share some news … Read More

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