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Feb 08, 2024

Covering the Palestinian–Israeli Conflict: Between Exasperation and Empathy

CNN’s Ben Wedeman looked exhausted as he fielded questions from an anchor in the United States…

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Feb 14, 2015

How Bob Simon, Brian Williams Present a Parable of the Digital Age

(Feb. 13, 2015) It’s not about you; it’s about the story. That’s what we tell TV…

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Jan 18, 2015

We Are Not All Charlie Hebdo

(Jan. 18, 2015) It was a good week for American journalism. To state the obvious, there is no…

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Apr 26, 2014

Media, Policy, and Conflict in Pakistan

(April 25, 2014) -- Pakistan’s raucous and increasingly lethal media sector is exerting a…

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Nov 11, 2013

J-School Survival Tools

(Nov. 11, 2013) I recently learned that the publisher of a rural daily newspaper in Washington…

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Aug 27, 2013

Al Jazeera America: Think NPR with pictures (and a little baggage)

(Aug. 26, 2013) Al Jazeera joined the American TV lineup last week with minimal damage to the…

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Jul 02, 2013

Pakistani Journalism: at the crossroads of Muslim identity, national priorities and journalistic culture

Lawrence Pintak and Syed Javed Nazir (July 2013) FOR FULL ARTICLE WITH CHARTS, VISIT SAGE JOURNAL…

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Jun 02, 2013

Islam, Identity and Professional Values

(June 2013) Islam is a religion, but it is also a philosophy. An analysis of surveys in the Arab…

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May 04, 2013

Inside the Indonesian Newsroom: The Good, the Bad and the Hopeful

(May 3, 2013) -- Indonesia remains a nation in flux. So, too, its journalism. Fifteen years after…

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Sep 27, 2012

Journalistic Firebombs in the Middle East: Is it our job to inflame or inform?

(Sept. 27, 2012) The pen is mightier than the sword, but it is also far more lethal when…

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Jun 18, 2012

Washington State’s Rural Information Ghettos

(June 18, 2012) In huge sections of Washington, citizens have little or no access to news about…

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Mar 20, 2012

Ira Glass’s Casablanca Moment with Mike Daisey

(March 20, 2012) Over the weekend, as just about anyone with electricity knows by now, the public…

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