In Liz Heron’s “How to Win the Internet”, she discusses how journalism has been fundamentally changed by the Internet. This is demonstrated in a variety of ways; the news is faster and it has been democratized. Heron stressed that when you say that the news is faster on social media, you should be referring to […]Read more "Blog 3: Social Media and News"
The most ethical character in Shattered Glass was Chuck Lane. Chuck became the editor of The New Republic after Micheal Kelly was fired, which, unfortunately, caused him to lose the respect of the writers. Chuck was harsh on Stephen, which proved necessary. When Micheal Kelly, when he was editor of The New Republic, was informed […]Read more "Blog 2: “Shattered Glass” Ethics"
The spotlight team member I was most impressed by was Sacha Pfeiffer. Throughout the investigation, Sacha exemplified a great journalist by maintaining a balance between sympathetic and persistent with her sources. My favorite scene with her is when she goes to the former priest’s house (who lives with his sister). You can tell she expects […]Read more "Spotlight Blog"