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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 of Raecine Williams by Sarah Siguenza.
Am I Giving Up Being Jamaican for...
An aspiring broadcast journalist has a difficult decision to make.
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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 are turning to...
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 publication for the...
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The Future of Comment Sections: Moderated and...
Various publications and websites are devising new ways to improve the conversations under the content they post. Some have...
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Copy Editors Carve Niche in Digital Media...
As red pens and page reads fold to search engine optimization and tweets, members of a struggling profession ask:...
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A New Code: SPJ Struggles to Define...
The first new draft of the Society of Professional Journalists Code of Ethics in 18 years does not go...
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Watch Your Language: Swearing in News Stories
Using four-letter words in a guide meant to provide “standards” for news writing might make some squirm, but it’s...
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Colleges Monitor, Restrict Athletes on Social Media
University of Maryland journalism students' research uncovers legally questionable policies.
Maryland Gov. Martin O'Malley visits the Mall in Columbia after a fatal shooting. Credit: Jay Baker via Creative Commons on Flickr.
Media Shooting Coverage: Is it Fair?
“It places a different value on different lives based on where the homicide occurs." —Kelly McBride, Poynter ethicist
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Solving the Mystery of Who Sent That...
A look inside Craig Silverman's Verification Handbook, a guide for reporting crowdsourced information accurately.
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Surveillance in Sochi: Journalists Warned To Be...
The official snooping in Sochi appears to be a multi-pronged effort involving electronic surveillance, Internet communication and possibly even...
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