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ASNE on Right Path

One of the proudest moments of my professional career was the day I was elected president of ASNE. The day I would follow in the footsteps of some of the editors I had so long admired and studied and hoped that I could, in some small way, emulate. Listen to the names of some who had served in that … Read More
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Wanted: A New ASNE

The proudest moment of my professional life was the day I was elected a distinguished service member of ASNE, which I consider the world’s most important lobby for journalism values. Its leaders, starting with Gene Patterson in 1977, have been my mentors, confidantes, and friends. It’s because I love ASNE that I’m calling for its reform. Why change now? … Read More
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Imagining the Future

They are reporters and writers, photographers and designers. Well, almost. Most are recent journalism graduates or students from colleges across the country with the exception of one who is from abroad. They came to The Poynter Institute for different reasons and with different goals. Some wanted to find a focus in their work. Read More
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Favre on Favre

What I got right, what I got wrong, answers I wish I had. Read More
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Journalism From the Bone

The Elements of JournalismWhat Newspeople Should KnowAnd the Public Should ExpectBy Bill Kovach and Tom Rosenstiel(New York: Crown Publishers, 2001) Read the Introduction Committe of Concerned Journalists Note to readers: In the spirit of the values shared by The Poynter Institute and the authors of The Elements of Journalism, it must be disclosed … Read More
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