NYT Editors’ Regrets

May 21, 2022 admin 0

dribble.com image By Casey Bukro Ethics AdviceLine for Journalists Regrets, they’ve had a few. They occupy the highest rungs of journalism leadership, the executive editors of the New York Times. The newspaper’s footprint on American journalism is so big, changes in its leadership is news. As when the Times announced […]

These are the winners of the 2021 Peter Lisagor Awards

May 7, 2022 Mike Ewing 0

The Chicago Headline Club, the nation’s largest chapter of the Society of Professional Journalists, presented the 45th annual Peter Lisagor Awards at a reception on May 6. The club also recognized its two newest lifetime achievement award winners – Bill Cameron and Dahleen Glanton – and many past presidents from […]

No Image

Troubling News Source

May 13, 2022 admin 0

killtolive.itch.io image By Casey Bukro Ethics AdviceLine for Journalists The Minnesota reporter said she had a “strange and not-disclosable” relationship with a news source, but it was not sexual, not even a friendship. The source, an elected official, gives the reporter insights into stories on the county beat, but the […]

No Image

Roe vs. Wade Leak

May 5, 2022 admin 0

news.sky.com image By Casey Bukro Ethics AdviceLine for Journalists. A soothsayer warned Julius Caesar to beware the ides of March, sometime around 44 BC. Daniel Ellsberg leaked the Pentagon Papers to newspapers in 1971, revealing that the Johnson administration had systematically lied about the United States’ political and military involvement […]