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In 1972, at the University of Georgia, our college newspaper staff opposed the proposal to change the name of the Henry W. Grady School of Journalism to the Henry W. Grady School of Mass Communications
People in and out of the academic world have been pointing to a glaring defect in our education system for many years. That defect is the failure to teach students to write competently.
It may surprise you to know that at one time there were lines that journalists wouldn't cross, at least not if they wanted to be seen as professionals. These days that's getting increasingly hard to believe.
I've been writing about media bias for 20-plus years, since that day in the early '90s when the scales fell from my eyes and I saw what was happening in my chosen profession. I was managing editor of The Herald-Sun in Durham, and I began seeing things I didn't like, not only in the national media, b
That just wasn't done, and the reporter who allowed it had violated one of the strict codes of journalism. To allow a news source to see one's copy before your editor had seen it, and before it was published, made one's copy suspect.
Thank you for reading this column. It's not just that I appreciate your interest in what I have to say. I appreciate the fact that you are reading this publication at all. According to a recent set of surveys by the Pew Research Center, a distressing number of our fellow citizens rely mostly on...
I've been writing about media bias for 20-plus years, since that day in the early '90s when the scales fell from my eyes and I saw what was happening in my chosen profession. I was managing editor of The Herald-Sun in Durham, and I began seeing things I didn't like, not only in the national media, b
That just wasn't done, and the reporter who allowed it had violated one of the strict codes of journalism. To allow a news source to see one's copy before your editor had seen it, and before it was published, made one's copy suspect.
Thank you for reading this column. It's not just that I appreciate your interest in what I have to say. I appreciate the fact that you are reading this publication at all. According to a recent set of surveys by the Pew Research Center, a distressing number of our fellow citizens rely mostly on...
I've been writing about media bias for 20-plus years, since that day in the early '90s when the scales fell from my eyes and I saw what was happening in my chosen profession. I was managing editor of The Herald-Sun in Durham, and I began seeing things I didn't like, not only in the national media, b
Thank you for reading this column. It's not just that I appreciate your interest in what I have to say. I appreciate the fact that you are reading this publication at all. According to a recent set of surveys by the Pew Research Center, a distressing number of our fellow citizens rely mostly on...
Many have pointed to the lack of ethics in journalism these days. Many times I have bemoaned the fact that ethics has been replaced by bias, leftist agenda pushing, and the active hiding of any story that might be harmful to Democrats, the left, and the government.
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