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Accuracy • Independence • Integrity

May 24, 2018   |   Ithaca, NY

Boo Hoo: Media gets offended at White House Correspondents’ Dinner

By | May 1, 2018

While masquerading as a celebration of the First Amendment, the event provides a platform for those in the media to cozy up to politicians they are supposed to hold accountable.

Stop obsessing over 2020

By | Apr 4, 2018

Too much contemporary reporting focuses on horse race coverage — who’s winning and who’s losing on a given day or week.

Journalists and the Iraq War

By | Mar 20, 2018

But overall, this portrayal is based on the media’s massive oversimplification and exaggeration of many students’ views.

The NY Times is failing its readers

By | Feb 28, 2018

They too, under the edicts of intellectual diversity, should regularly get a chance to argue in publications like the Times.

Newsrooms should continue to report on their own organizations

By | Feb 13, 2018

These kinds of reports shouldn’t have journalists worried about losing their jobs and should be considered part of owning and operating a media organization.

Ithacan’s Shirley Collado story is a mixed bag

By | Jan 28, 2018

What is clear is that the article should be spurring thoughtful discussions about sexual abuse, power and journalistic ethics.

Nazis in the NY Times

By | Nov 29, 2017

How the media frames the issue of white nationalism is crucial because it impacts how people view the ideology. So far, the media’s framing has been problematic.

Providing context for sexual assault

By | Nov 8, 2017

But as journalists pursue more stories about powerful men and sexual misconduct, it’s important that they keep a wide lens.

Media coverage of Las Vegas shooting counterproductive

By | Oct 25, 2017

Not taking these steps would be an abdication of responsible journalism, as well as a slap in the face to those whose lives have been forever changed by this horrific tragedy.

Too much focus on the White House

By | Sep 30, 2017

In the media’s never-ending quest for viewers and clicks, it’s the public — not the Trump administration — that loses.

The media should call a spade a spade

By | Sep 20, 2017

If mainstream journalists refuse to call out Trump for his lies now, the word likely won’t appear in the media’s future descriptions of those in power