Tag Archives: The New York Times

World Press Photo Revokes Award for Giovanni Troilo

A jury for the World Press Photo contest announced earlier this week that they decided to revoke the first place award of an Italian photographer for misrepresentation of one of the images in his series of photos. The organization based … Continue reading

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Journalism Loses Two Greats: Mourning David Carr and Bob Simon

It’s been a tough past couple of weeks for journalism with the deaths of two prolific and incredibly revered journalists. 60 Minutes correspondent Bob Simon and New York Times columnist David Carr died earlier this month, both close to their … Continue reading

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Journalism Powerhouse Time Inc. Invests in Video

The future of journalism has been argued by many to be non-existent, that publications are dying and that readership is down.  But to those in the industry with the inside scoop, it’s only evolving.  As print becomes a memorable past … Continue reading

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The Story of Jill Abramson’s Dismissal from the Times

It came as a shock to the journalism community earlier this month when it was announced that Jill Abramson was fired as executive editor.  To the outside world the paper seemed to be running successfully under her leadership, and she … Continue reading

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Ladies’ Home Journal to Cease Monthly Publication

Ladies’ Home Journal, one of the longest running publications in America, has announced that they will cease monthly publication after 131 years in business.  The publication’s owner, the Meredith Corporation, announced that the magazine’s final monthly issue will run this … Continue reading

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Piers Morgan’s Show Dropped by CNN

In another round of changes for the media giant, CNN has confirmed plans to drop “Piers Morgan Live” from its prime time 9 p.m. slot.  Three years after taking over for Larry King, Morgan has seen ratings drop to a … Continue reading

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Lara Logan Asked to Take Leave From CBS

It may seem obvious, but every journalist knows that the most important detail about reporting is to ensure that your facts are correct, but issues still pop up even in National news. Even the most seasoned journalists can run into … Continue reading

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Chicago Sun Times Lays Off Entire Photo Staff

In an ironic and fateful twist, the Chicago Sun-Times laid off its entire photo staff just hours after printing the obituary of famed photojournalist Bob Kotalik who spent his entire career at the paper. The news first began to circulate … Continue reading

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When Freedom of The Press Isn’t Upheld; Response to AP Phone Tapping Scandal

The sanctity of a journalist’s sources is what allows reporters to delve into a story to find the most compelling and interesting aspects to bring to life.  It can be a morally difficult path to follow, gathering information on sensitive … Continue reading

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