Monthly Archives: January 2015

RJI to hold symposium on Charlie Hebdo, issues of free speech

Time: 4-6:30 p.m., Tuesday, Feb. 3 Location: Fisher Auditorium, Gannett Hall, Missouri School of Journalism Millions of people have participated in unity marches in support of free speech since the killings at Charlie Hebdo, a satirical French magazine. Free speech is fundamental … Continue reading

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Welcome to the newsroom! (It will be okay.)

The newsroom is a strange and wonderful place. It’s a little noisy sometimes because lots of people share one, big space. Reporters are on the phone interviewing sources, ACEs are talking to editors about whether to send someone to a … Continue reading

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My “news year” resolution

If not for the runaway success of “Serial,” I would be in a state of despair about journalism — and the public’s attitude toward journalism — as we begin 2015. It wasn’t easy to remain optimistic after the Rolling Stone … Continue reading

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