Tag: washington examiner

by Julie Keck

1. Big news forges its own path (NYT) 2. Facebook releases data, including all NSA requests (Facebook Newsroom) 3. Results of the Women in Media Project, so far (New Matilda) 4. Can Buzzfeed be stopped? (TechCrunch) 5. Two ways to excel in political journalism: No politics or some politics (PressThink) 6. Can local news take on a watchdog role? (Variety) 7. Washington Examiner says goodbye to daily edition (Poynter) [...] more »

by Mark Glaser

This week’s Mediatwits podcast takes a walk on the dark side. We have our usual roundtable with Mark Glaser moderating, along with Seattle Times’ Monica Guzman, USC’s Andrew Lih and Reuters’ Felix Salmon. Plus, special guest Amy Mitchell from Pew’s Project for Excellence in Journalism will break down the massive State of the News Media [...] more »

by Mark Tapscott

This piece originally appeared in the Washington Examiner It is reprinted here with permission. An Op-Ed appeared earlier this month on PBS MediaShift that seemed to describe a civic-minded endeavor aimed at increasing awareness of who on the nation’s editorial commentary pages was trying to influence public opinion. “Every day, Americans read the opinion and [...] more »