Tag Archives: Journalism

Citizen Journalists Are Always Ready – Are You?

by Dan Ward In the aftermath of the United Airlines “re-accommodating” incident, we’ve seen more headlines about airlines acting badly, usual... Read More »

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This is Not a PR Gaffe

by Roger Pynn I knew I’d see the headline sooner or later: 6 other PR Nightmares: United fiasco among worst corporate gaffes  The Bloomber... Read More »

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Should Fact-Checks Have Expiration Dates?

by Dan Ward I’ve written often about my concerns about the “fact check” genre.  When journalists review statements and assign grades such as... Read More »

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The Trust Crisis

by Roger Pynn When I first read this article about research conducted by the American Press Institute and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Publ... Read More »

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Will Automation Put the Fact in Fact-Check?

by Dan Ward Automated fact-checking may be the wave of the future, according to this Poynter Institute story, and that could be a good thing if it ... Read More »

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