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Are journalism academics worth a listen? This new podcast says yes

Hundreds wait in line for early voting Sept. 18 in Fairfax, Virginia. Misinformation about candidates and election issues is prevalent, so this week's newsletter offers some tools you can use in the classroom to educate students. (AP Photo/Andrew Harnik)

Looking to teach about misinformation? The line starts here

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Here’s what I’ve learned as a teen journalist for RadioActive about diversity and building trust

Republican Rick Saccone talks with reporters after the taping of a debate a special election in the Pennsylvania 18th Congressional District at the KDKA TV studios in Pittsburgh in 2018. Columnist Michael Bugeja writes that more professors should adapt broadcast techniques this semester. (AP Photo/Keith Srakocic)

How to use broadcast techniques to enhance remote learning

From left: Samantha Soto, Noemí Pedraza, work on Radio Pulso, Boyle Heights Beat's podcast, earlier this year before the coronavirus pandemic. (Courtesy of Kris Kelley)

Meet the youth shining the light on an underreported area of Los Angeles

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