There’s been a lot of talk about public editors this week after Washington Post media writer Erik Wemple broke the news that Arthur Brisbane would be ending his term as The New York Times’ public editor this fall.
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The biography reveals that Bradlee feared Bob Woodward had embellished certain details about … Read more
Two separate incidents involving journalists who work for Gannett and ESPN have renewed attention to the issue of how journalists should exercise their right to free speech.
In the book, which has been gaining widespread attention, fact-checker Jim … Read more
Newt Gingrich said earlier this week that if he wins the Republican nomination for president, he won’t participate in any debates moderated by reporters. His announcement came on the heels of John McCain’s claim that it’s “time to stop” … Read more
In his Reuters column this week, Jack Shafer looks at the connection between political reporters and sports reporters. Both, he said, have to determine who’s winning and who’s losing. And they both have to “get inside the heads of … Read more
When The New Yorker’s David Denby broke an embargo on reviewing “The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo” earlier this week, Sony was “furious.” Denby praised the movie but had published his review more than a week before he was supposed … Read more
Politico’s story about allegations that Herman Cain sexually harassed two women while he was head of the National Restaurant Association has generated mixed reactions from journalists and news consumers.