August 30, 2016

The News and its New Silent Majority: Clinton Supporters

This election, I’ve been trying an experiment, judging journalism from a different perspective, from the outside, as a member of a community and a partisan. […]
August 29, 2016

Specimens of Old Journalism

Here is AP Executive Editor Kathleen Carroll defending what I believe were a seriously flawed story and tweet about some of Clinton Foundation donors Hillary […]
August 23, 2016

Sorry, Nick

I remember clearly, in Gawker’s early days, when my old friend Nick Denton insisted that what his new blog was producing was not journalism. He […]
August 22, 2016

Native advertising: Another false messiah?

I’ve been waiting for this: the leak in the native advertising balloon. Tablets were going to save the news business. Not so much. Paywalls were […]
August 5, 2016

I, Robot. You, Journalist. Who is the Author?

The broadening reliance on algorithms to generate news automatically, referred to as “automated journalism” or “robot journalism”, has significant practical, sociopolitical, psychological, legal and occupational […]
August 5, 2016

I, Robot. You, Journalist. Who is the Author?

The broadening reliance on algorithms to generate news automatically, referred to as “automated journalism” or “robot journalism”, has significant practical, sociopolitical, psychological, legal and occupational […]
August 5, 2016

I, Robot. You, Journalist. Who is the Author?

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August 3, 2016

Cheerleaders or Critics?

Sports journalists have often been criticised for their casual approach to work and cheerleading content in stories. This style of journalism contrasts with the traditional […]
August 3, 2016

Cheerleaders or Critics?

Sports journalists have often been criticised for their casual approach to work and cheerleading content in stories. This style of journalism contrasts with the traditional […]
August 3, 2016

Cheerleaders or Critics?

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