Tag Archives: Journalism

Fact or Fake – Opinion Journalism Here at Home

by Dan Ward Last July I printed what has become a regular rant about “fact-checking,” the process through which news media offer subjective opi... Read More »

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Bringing the Community Back to Our Community Newspaper

by Dan Ward Kudos to the Orlando Sentinel and new editor-in-chief Julie Anderson not only for outlining what we can expect from our hometown newspa... Read More »

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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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