Category: Dan Ward, APR, CPRC

Citizen Journalists Are Always Ready – Are You?

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

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Should Fact-Checks Have Expiration Dates?

by Dan Ward, APR, CPRC I’ve written often about my concerns about the “fact check” genre.  When journalists review statements and assign gra... Read More »

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Will Automation Put the Fact in Fact-Check?

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

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Everything Else

by Dan Ward, APR, CPRC I read a tweet today in which George Orwell was quoted: “Journalism is printing what someone else does not want printed; e... Read More »

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The Antidote to Hateful Speech is More Speech

by Dan Ward, APR, CPRC When I first read about the violent protests at UC Berkeley over a planned speech by Milo Yiannopoulos, I was prepared to re... Read More »

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