Tag Archives: Journalism

Opinion Journalism – Adding “Context” to Fact Checks

by Dan Ward Time for my annual rant about “fact-checking,” otherwise known as opinion journalism. Sites such as FactCheck.org and PolitiFact cl... Read More »

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The Power of Print

by Roger Pynn Sometimes print is still the most powerful medium. Today’s Annapolis Capital editorial page is simply overwhelming. As a form... Read More »

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Our Takeaways from Cision’s 2018 Global State of the Media Report

by Karen Kacir Cision just published its 2018 Global State of the Media Report, a survey of more than 1,300 journalists’ perceptions of the media... Read More »

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Death

by Roger Pynn One thing you can look forward to when you die is that you won’t have to read the news.  After all, it is pretty depressing. Ho... Read More »

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Mistaken Identity

by Dan Ward Have we lost our ever-loving minds? When I first read that ESPN pulled a broadcaster from covering an upcoming University of Virgini... Read More »

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