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Covering Mental Health

May 7, 2019 admin 0

Covering mental health: Do more stories on successful mental health treatment, advises Kelly McBride. Often experts are wrong. Ask how they know that’s the right term, she writes. Visit the Ethics AdviceLine blog for more.

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What #MeToo Means To Ethical Journalism

May 2, 2019 admin 0

What #MeToo means to ethical journalism: Three “tragedies” lurk in the tech workplace, finds Claudia Meyere-Samargia while covering a University of Wisconsin ethics conference. Quoting tech journalist Kara Swisher, they are lack of self-awareness and reflection, believing that money equates social good and having the inability to empathize with people […]

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News Bundling

May 3, 2019 admin 0

News bundling: Apple News Plus is a big test for selling access to many news sources through one platform at one price, writes Mark Jacob. It’s an acceleration of a business model in which consumers pay, says Tim Franklin. But is it a good deal for publishers and for news […]

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Teens Make Climate News

May 1, 2019 admin 0

Teens make climate news: More than half of surveyed teens said they learned nothing from newspapers about climate change, writes Abby Rabinowitz. Many depend on the internet. Teen activists use social media to write climate news to “make headlines and framing their message,” she writes. Teens also were a force […]