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Assessing Local Journalism
Duke/Phil Napoli report on local info needs not being met
journalism  philanthropy  foundations 
yesterday by reginalawrence
Post Agile: embracing asynchronous processes - DEV Community 👩‍💻👨‍💻
Good brief history of software dev over the last few decades.

“For better or worse, #Scrum has nominally replaced waterfall as something that is easy enough to grasp for organizations to restyle themselves as #Agile without actually changing that much”
webdev  journalism 
yesterday by jayfree
WaPo Keeps Publishing False Claims About Medicare-for-All – People's Policy Project
Despite acknowledging that this claim was false and issuing a correction about it, the Washington Post continues to publish it.

Astonishingly, Glenn Kessler himself published another piece on August 10 with this exact same falsehood in it.
40percent  singlepayer  pinocchio  journalism 
yesterday by yorksranter
Trump's 'dirty war' on media draws editorials in 300 US outlets
Starting with the Boston Globe itself, the editorial there, headlined Journalists Are Not The Enemy, argued that a free press had been a core American principle for more than 200 years.

The New York Times chose the headline A Free Press Needs You, calling Mr Trump's attacks "dangerous to the lifeblood of democracy". It published excerpts from dozens more publications beneath.

The New York Post - a pro-Trump tabloid - answered the Globe's call by saying "Who are we to disagree?" adding: "It may be frustrating to argue that just because we print inconvenient truths doesn't mean that we're fake news, but being a journalist isn't a popularity contest. All we can do is to keep reporting." But it also said: "Will this make a difference? Not one whit".

The Topeka Capital-Journal was another paper to join the campaign. It said of Mr Trump's attack on the media: "It's sinister. It's destructive. And it must end now." The paper was one of the few to endorse Mr Trump in 2016.
politics  usa  trump  journalism 
yesterday by terry
Clips — Nikole Hannah-Jones
Nikole Hannah-Jones is an investigative reporter covering civil rights.
journalism  race  inequality  segregation 
2 days ago by hguzman92
The Freedom of the Press Is Yours
Atlantic editorial in response to Trump's attacks on the press
2 days ago by reginalawrence

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