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The Poynter Institute

  • More people are using ad blocking software, but internet sites depend on advertisements to stay afloat. We talk with The Poynter Institute's Kelly McBride…
  • The September issue of Vanity Fair magazine includes a story called “Tinder and the Dawn of the Dating Apocalypse.”It suggests the popular dating app…
  • The cover of the current issue of New York Magazine is a composite shot of photographs of 35 of the women who claim to have been sexually assaulted by…
  • The process of producing news stories can be complicated. And after all the research, interviewing, writing and editing is done and a piece is sent out…
  • Donald Trump is leading the latest national poll done by USA Today/Suffolk University. He’s got a lead over GOP candidate Jeb Bush but trailing Democratic…
  • Wikileaks is offering a $100,000 bounty for the text of the Trans-Pacific Partnership trade deal. We talk with Kelly McBride of The Poynter Institute…
  • The next evolution of Facebook allows media organizations such as the New York Times, The Atlantic and the BBC to publish articles directly to its mobile…
  • The world of TV news, and TV fake news, was shaken this week. NBC Nightly News anchor Brian Williams was suspended without pay for six months after his…
  • Super Bowl XLIX doesn't just feature The Seattle Seahawks against the New England Patriots.It also features lots and lots of commercials selling for…
  • Reports of The Washington Post's death are apparently greatly exaggerated. Since the purchase of the venerable newspaper by Amazon founder Jeff Bezos last…
  • The Pulitzer Prizes honoring excellence in journalism were handed out last week -- including the Public Service award to The Washington Post and The…
  • Former assistant Penn State football coach Mike McQueary is a hero to some for revealing that he saw former defensive coordinator Jerry Sandusky sexually…
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