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Tim Swarens | Indianapolis Star | 1/29/2015
The initial reaction inside journalism circles, and from much of the public, was incredulous: What in the world are they thinking?
Jeremy Barr | Capital New York | 1/29/2015
New York Times public editor Margaret Sullivan is part of a dying breed. 
Dylan Byers | Politico | 1/29/2015
The forthcoming issue of The New Republic — its first since a mass staff shakeup in December — features a cover story by Canadian journalist Jeet Heer about the magazine's "perceived legacy of racism."
Joseph Lichterman | NiemanLab | 1/29/2015
As the United Kingdom’s national broadcaster, the BBC operates under a royal charter, a formal document issued by the British monarchy that sets out the BBC’s priorities, ensures the broadcaster’s editorial independence, and details the responsibilities of the BBC Trust, its governing body.
Adam Kuban and Sheryl Swingley | PBS | 1/29/2015
When I (Sheryl Swingley) found a proof copy of Thomas E. Patterson’s “Informing the News: The Need for Knowledge-Based Journalism” in my journalism department’s mailroom, I grabbed it.
Jeffrey Gottfried and Michael Barthel | Pew Research Center | 1/29/2015
About three-in-four Americans (76%) have heard at least a little about the attack on the offices of the satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo, according to a new poll by the Pew Research Center, conducted January 22-25 among 1,003 adults.
Lucia Moses | Digiday | 1/29/2015
Online comments sections are a double-edged sword for publishers. For those trying to increase loyalty and engagement with readers, comments should be an essential part of an audience strategy.
Leslie T Chang | The Guardian | 1/28/2015
On the afternoon of 17 June 2013, a group of friends gathered in a fourth-floor apartment in downtown Cairo. They sat on the floor because there were no chairs; there were also no desks, no shelves, and no ashtrays.
Fiona Ortiz | Reuters | 1/28/2015
(Reuters) - A climate-controlled archive in Chicago holds 5 million images of what could be called the African American experience since 1942, including exceptional, intimate photographs of civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr., singer Billie Holiday and boxer Muhammad Ali.
Tanya Dua | Digiday | 1/28/2015
It is the sacred right of every generation to poke fun at the teens in the cohort that follows.
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 1/28/2015

Dean Baquet, the executive editor of the New York Times, believes his newspaper – in company with the US mainstream media – failed their audiences after 9/11.

 

Nathaniel Mott | PandoDaily | 1/28/2015
Snapchat has introduced a new feature which allows its users to view articles, images, and videos from a variety of publishers inside the company’s messaging application.
Amber Hildebrandt, Michael Pereira and Dave Seglins | CBC News | 1/28/2015
Canada's electronic spy agency sifts through millions of videos and documents downloaded online every day by people around the world, as part of a sweeping bid to find extremist plots and suspects, CBC News has learned.
Ken Doctor | Capital New York | 1/26/2015
Jeremy Barr | Capital New York | 1/23/2015
Joe Pompeo | Capital New York | 1/29/2015