A new paper by Jill Dougherty, Spring 2014 Fellow and former CNN Moscow bureau chief, traces the shift in Russia’s ideology and its effect on media coverage of the Ukraine conflict.
MURFREESBORO — Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist Alex S. Jones, a native of Greeneville and a former editor of The Greeneville Sun, was one of six veteran Tennessee journalists inducted Tuesday into the second class of the Tennessee Journalism Hall of Fame….
Former Visiting Stanton Professor Susan Crawford in Bloomberg View: “Rockport, Maine, population 3,321, is trying to solve the existential dilemma of small-town America: How do you get people like Meg Weston’s students to stick around?” Continue reading…
A new paper by Steve Oney, author of And the Dead Shall Rise, tells the story of the creation of National Public Radio, and how its philosophy was shaped in its early days, with a unique focus on content quality over broadcasting techniques. The paper is an excerpt of a forthcoming book to be published by Simon & Schuster.
A new paper by Fall 2013 Fellow Stefan Theil looks at the systematic mistakes that editors and reporters repeatedly make when they cover the economy.