The Pulitzer Prizes are about to commemorate their 100th anniversary with a celebration at Poynter.
In honor of the occasion, we're taking a look at exemplary social justice-focused journalism from last
year and throughout the century.
As states move to lift local bans on marijuana use, reporters and editors are increasingly faced with the question of how to cover the drug as more than a crime story. Communities where pot is legal are faced with a complex set of issues like preventing underage access to the drug, appropriately regulating the supply chain, determining where growers … Read More
If you haven't examined how your local hospitals performed in the latest Medicare surveys, you're missing out on some important stories with high likely readership. Jordan Rau of Kaiser Health News joined us for a chat on how journalists can use the surveys. The surveys, one of the first parts of the Affordable Care Act, probe patient attitudes on such … Read More
When a newsroom makes a big mistake, it's a sign that something in its newsgathering process went awry. With trust between journalists and the audience they serve so fragile, it's crucial that newsrooms take significant and swift action after major mistakes. In this chat, we'll talk about what CBS could do after significant doubts emerged about the veracity of a source … Read More