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  Recently, the New York Times published an anonymous op-ed from a high-ranking government official. If a government official approached you to publish an anonymous op-ed on a local or national level, would you? Why or why not?   Julie … more
Early August is when I usually begin planning for the basic news reporting course I’ve taught for more than 20 years to University of Minnesota journalism students. What was different this summer was the backdrop: harsh, attacking noise from our … more
Fact-checking websites have gained steamed, but there are complaints that they suffer from ‘selection bias.’ To stop misinformation from spreading, who should be supervising these sites?  Michael Huntley, 24, sophomore, Mesa (Ariz.) Community … more
Recently, the news media wasn’t allowed to take photos of detention centers for immigrant children; instead they were issued pictures provided by the government. Should these photos be considered propaganda?    Madalyn Amato, 20, sophomore, … more
When the Toronto Star announced in June that Irene Gentle had been named editor, it duly noted that she was the first woman to oversee the 126-year-old newspaper. Even more noteworthy is Gentle’s experience: She’s been with the newspaper for … more
Newspapers are now permitted to buy local radio stations. But it’s not happening much yet. I am the product of a newspaper and its locally-owned radio stations: the Asbury Park Press and WJLK AM-FM in New Jersey. I wrote for the newspaper and … more
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