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Why American Journalism Is in a State of Crisis

Will McAvoy, a TV journalist in the HBO drama The Newsroom, tells a colleague: "I don't believe in censorship, but I'm a big believer in self-censorship." It's a simple principle that guided generations of journalists and news organizations in America for decades, but one that the press now seems to have forgotten. Show More Summary

Peter Kareiva, Transformative Conservation Scientist, to Lead UCLA Institute

By Phil Hampton and Alison Hewitt, UCLA Newsroom Peter Kareiva, a leading environmental scientist and vocal advocate for using multiple disciplines to inform conservation, is the new director of the UCLA Institute of the EnvironmentShow More Summary

Evidence Supporting the Rumors that Kristine Shine is No Longer President of SFGate / the San Francisco Chronicle – An HTML Clue

TweetHere you go – where’s the name “Shine, Kristine – President” here at Newsroom Contacts? Did somebody go in and simply delete Kristine’s entry within the past couple weeks and that’s why there’s a tell-tale glitch in the spacing betwixt entries? It sure looks that way to me. WE’RE THROUGH THE LOOKING-GLASS, PEOPLE! Here’s the coding […]

Fox Anchor Refuses To Accept That Planned Parenthood Doesn't Use Taxpayer Money On Abortions

From the July 30 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: Previously: Fox Hosts Have No Idea What Planned Parenthood Does Or How Obamacare Works: Congress Has Barred Federal Funds Supporting Abortion For Decades Fox News Anchor Cites Sonograms To Justify Defunding Planned ParenthoodConservative Media Use Cecil The Lion's Death To Attack Planned Parenthood

MH370 search finds more fools in CNN newsroom

The news directors in CNN (if there are any) have again shown they have the attention span  of goldfish that are constantly surprised by finding themselves in a fish bowl. Today’s embarrassment is a heavy breathing story about how “A preliminary assessment by U.S. intelligence agencies, produced in the wake of the MH370 disaster, suggested [...]

Fox Predicts Michael Bay's Benghazi Movie Will Prove Stand Down Order Myth

From the July 30 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: Previously: Fox Uses Michael Bay's Benghazi Movie To Revive Debunked Stand Down Order Myth Fox Changes Meaning Of "Stand Down" Order To Keep The Benghazi Hoax Alive Nine Military Officers Demolish Fox's Benghazi "Stand Down" Order Fable

White Male News: As US Diversifies, Newsrooms Lag

By Nora Happel | (Inter Press Service) | – – UNITED NATIONS (IPS) – Although the United States as a whole is becoming more ethnically diverse, newsrooms remain largely dominated by white,…

Fox News Anchor Cites Sonograms To Justify Defunding Planned Parenthood

From the June 29 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: MARTHA MACCALLUM: You also have to think about the babies. Because, you know what technology has afforded us in recent years, I think back to when I had my first child, you could barely see, it was just a fuzzy sonogram, black and white, I could barely see the baby. Show More Summary

First Trailer for Tom McCarthy's 'Spotlight' Starring Michael Keaton

"How do you say 'no' to God?" Open Road Films has debuted a trailer for Tom McCarthy's Spotlight, a newsroom thriller about the Boston Globe journalists who investigated and uncovered the massive scandal of child molestation in the Catholic Church. Show More Summary

WALL\THERAPY 2015: Surrealism and the Fantastic

Surreal is the way the world is portrayed across all of our devices today. It may be the shrinking staff and budgets of newsrooms who are veering ever closer to the sensational, or simply the yellow journalism and the PR-planted hyperbole that is rushing to fill the vacuum, but the presentation of our own world is becoming outlandish. Show More Summary

The #mediadiversity conversation highlights newsrooms’ continued lack of diversity

What can newsrooms do to recruit more people from diverse backgrounds, and encourage more minorities into leadership roles? What opportunities, if any at all, are really out there for aspiring journalists of color to enter the field? What does it feel like — really feel like, on a day-to-day level — to be one of...

Fox Highlights Linda Tripp's Attacks On Hillary Clinton While Acknowledging "Her Opinion Ultimately Doesn't Matter That Much"

From the July 29 edition of Fox News' America's Newsroom: Previously: Fox & Friends Stoops To Attacking Hillary Clinton Over Her 2016 Spotify Playlist Fox Demands More Media Coverage Of Flimsy NYT Report On Probe Into Clinton's Email Fox & Friends Revives Debunked Clinton Cash Talking Points To Attack Hillary Clinton

Wake-Up Call: US Has Fewer Black Reporters Now Than it Did in 1968

The number of African-Americans in US newsrooms, which have long slammed the lack of black representation in Congress, on Wall Street and on the boards of US corporations, has not only not grown since the height of the Civil Rights Movement, when black journalists accounted for “less than 5 percent” of the workforce, but may have in fact decreased

Report: Percentage of Journalists of Color in Digital and Print Newsrooms Declines Slightly

From ASNE: "Our Industry Isn't Making Progress" The percentage of journalists of color in newspaper and online newsrooms declined from 13.34 percent to 12.76 percent, the American Society of News Editors reported Tuesday, with the percentages...Show More Summary

Newspaper industry lost 3,800 full-time editorial professionals in 2014

The American Society of News Editors annual newsroom census, released this morning, found that job losses accelerated in 2014, falling by more than 10 percent in a single year. The net job loss of 3,800 brings the total number of news professionals to 32,900 — with additional losses clearly taking place so far in 2015. Show More Summary

Newsonomics: The halving of America’s daily newsrooms

Cigar maker. Elevator operator. Pinsetter. Iceman. Lamplighter. Switchboard operator. Local daily newspaper reporter? How soon will we have to add this once-stable occupation to the list of jobs that once were — occupations once numerous...Show More Summary

Forbes Career Opportunity: Associate Content Producer

Forbes Media seeks an Associate Content Producer to support Forbes' many List launches in magazine and online  Producers are the lynchpin of the Forbes newsroom. They work at the intersection of editorial (staff writers, editors and outside contributors) and internal teams within Forbes: audience development, social, sales optimization, product and development. This person will [...]

Coalition To Stop Gun Violence's Josh Horwitz Explains On CNN How Missing Background Check Records Help Arm Dangerous People

From the July 27 edition of CNN's CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin: Previously: The New York Times Fails To Fact Check Gov. Bobby Jindal's Tough-On-Guns Claims Following Lafayette Shooting NRA Calls Loophole That Allowed Charleston Shooter To Buy A Gun "A Critical Safety Valve" National Review Writer Defends Charleston Shooting Gun Sale Loophole

S.E. Cupp Defends Mike Huckabee After Candidate Invokes The Holocaust To Attack Obama: "Nothing He Said Is Not True"

From the July 27 edition of CNN's CNN Newsroom With Carol Costello: Related: Mike Huckabee: Obama Marching Israelis 'To The Door Of The Oven' Previously: Iran Deal Applauded By Experts Deemed Scary, Start Of "World War III" By Conservative...Show More Summary

Can The New York Times Salvage Its Clinton Coverage?

"What the hell is happening at the New York Times?" --Newsweek senior writer Kurt Eichenwald It's been four days since the New York Times uncorked perhaps the biggest newsroom blunder of the 2016 campaign season, when Michael Schmidt...Show More Summary

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