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News Wrap: Is Recycling the News Good...
All the news on the news you need to know: AJR editors share their favorite reads...
AJR photo illustration by Sarah Siguenza.
Twitter Glitter: 5 Who Shine and How...
What's it like to be a Twitter powerbroker? Five journalists and pulse-takers share some of their...
Huggable robot picture by Ben Husmann via the Creative Commons license on Flickr.
News Wrap: Is ‘Reality’ the New Platform?...
All the news on the news you need to know: AJR editors share their favorite reads...
Remote control via espensorvik on Flickr.
Putin, Lies, and Videotape: Why Russians Listen...
How could Russians actually believe all of these conflicting, often ludicrous stories on Malaysia Flight 17?
AJR photo illustration by Sarah Siguenza
How I Became a Kinja Star for,...
The task was simple enough. In one week, I was to become a “star” on Gawker’s...
AJR Photo illustration of Raecine Williams by Sarah Siguenza.
Am I Giving Up Being Jamaican for...
An aspiring broadcast journalist has a difficult decision to make.
AJR Editors share top media news headlines of the week, which included "Weird Al's'" viral spoof of "Blurred Lines."
News Wrap: Conjugate Yourself, Missing News and...
American Journalism Review rounds up the top media news of the week, everything from why coffee...
"H Street NE DC Flag" by Mr.TinDC (CC)
‘The Hill is Home’: It’s All in...
The Hill is Home is published out of love for the community of Capitol Hill.
Math phobia photo via Flickr, creative commons.
News Wrap: Turns Out Journalists Do Need...
American Journalism Review rounds up the top media news of the week, everything from tips for...
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Lessons for Journalists in How Storyful Verifies...
Going with unverified information on social media is risky, even during breaking news. More news organizations...
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Journalism Enrollments Fell Two Years in a...
Journalism enrollment fell nationally for two years in a row recently, raising questions about the future...
SCOTUSblog, the online platform that covers the Supreme Court, sent out a flurry of tweets this week to people who thought the blog was the actual Supreme Court of the United States.
SCOTUSblog Brings the Gavel Down on Trolls
The publisher of SCOTUSblog explains why he called out people on Twitter who wrongly blamed his...
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