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Charlie Hebdo and Journalism Ethics
January 23, 2015 - In the wake of the terrorist attack on journalists at Charlie Hebdo, news outlets each had to determine whether or not to publish the images of the Prophet Mohammed that the terrorists cited as the cause of the attack--a decision that brought into question journalism ethics and free speech.
SMPA faculty offered their voices to the conversation:
Facebook and News
Millenials and News Consumption
November 13, 2014 - What's a real story and what's an ad? This Media Minute digs into native advertising's increasing presence in media.
Want more on this topic? Read "The New York Times" article, "Journalism, independent and not."
Trust in Media
Ebola and Crisis Communication
October 29, 2014 - News organizations from CNN to USA TODAY are using the new tool Dataminr to scan the twittersphere for news ledes. Will this change how stories and what stories are reported? Tell us your thoughts at #mediaminute on Twitter.
The School of Media and Public Affairs teaches and studies journalism, mass communication and political communication. Frank Sesno is Director of the School and a former CNN anchor and DC Bureau Chief. Read his full bio.
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