Monthly Archives: March 2007

The Journalist as Advocate

As a former broadcast journalist and current journalism educator, I was interested in a recent USA Today story (March 5, 2007) examining how more and more journalists are taking on the role of advocate in their reporting. It especially caught … Continue reading

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The spirit might not be willing…

…and the flesh might indeed be weak. What does this mean for coverage of the Iraq war?

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TV not doing enough to cover what is happening in Iraq?

That’s what one critic contends. Here are those thoughts.

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When your spouse is also…

…employed by a political campaign. What to do if you are a journalist?

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More concerns about a satellite radio merger

Oprah…and Howard Stern together? That’s just part of the problem, according to this newspaper report.

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A closed trial?

Three words that are guaranteed to get the media upset. Here are the details on the latest attempt.

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Did he really do it?

There are skeptics who say the confession to killing Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl ought to be studied carefully.

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