Category: journalism

Is our journalists educated?

This is pretty awesome. When Hillary challenged Barack to a “Lincoln-Douglas” style debate, Fox TV’s national news ran the following graphic. I guess they thought she said “Lincoln-Douglass.”…

Controlled chaos and blog journalism

El Blogador at Inner Diablog (whose interesting posts I often consult in the context of my Buried Mirror research) cites Samuel Pepys and Jean Baudrillard as models for…

Standards of Journalism

Print journalists criticizing bloggers is nothing new. So when Michael Skube, a journalism professor at Elon University, wrote an opinion piece for the Los Angeles Times, in which…

Journalistic ethics and Publishers Weekly

Ed Champion excoriates Karen Holt for writing in Publishers Weekly that includes passages such as this: There was the time at BEA when I wanted to ask Margaret…

Embedded journalism

The LAT covers the Mirthala Salinas affair. UPDATE, Nov. 18, 2007: The above link (now removed) has gone bad. Here’s a summary of the story.