Monthly Archives: February 2015

When the weather is epic in scale, poetry is demanded

Someday, someone might ask you to write a weather story. And you might complain. Or you might remember this amazing piece of work by Katharine Q. Seelye of the New York Times, pull on your weather gear and go do … Continue reading

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What I wish Brian Williams had said

I’ve read a bunch of stuff over the past few days about Brian Williams and whether he lied about what happened to him in Iraq in 2003 or just got confused because he was relatively close (or not very, according … Continue reading

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Ethics and other considerations

Originally posted on Katie Kull:
Today in reporting lecture, I got to hear from guest speaker Aidan White, a former journalist and now the director of an organization called the Ethical Journalism Network (EJN), that promotes, “ethics, good governance, and regulation…

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Charlie Hebdo and the argument for ‘slow journalism’

Aidan White, director of the Ethical Journalism Network, will be in class tomorrow morning. He’s in town for the “Nous Sommes Tous Charlie” symposium that takes place later in the day (4-6 PM) in Fisher Auditorium. White, who is from … Continue reading

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