A new book details how Ted Turner broke the rules of the news business (and occasionally good taste) to launch CNN.
SOURCE: New York Times
by Ben Smith
The news media can cover both stories — the central health story and the important political story — without conflating them.
SOURCE: Columbia Journalism Review
In media circles, the recent briefings have reignited a familiar Trump-era debate: should the networks carry them live?
SOURCE: Reynolds Journalism Institute
by Kathryn Palmer
Media historian Earnest Perry explains why journalists should put more history in the headlines.
Featuring historians Rebecca Goetz and Michael Guasco.
In 1968 violent events at home and aboard were broadcast in color on the television news, creating impacts that may have swayed the presidential election.
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