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Why Rolling Stone Shouldn’t Use Pseudonymous Sources

Source: Washington Post. Posted Dec 15, 2014

When a reporter invents a source’s name, it’s all too easy to invent more. Hence the blunt Reuters policy: “Never use pseudonyms which by definition are misleading.” That about sums up many major news organizations’ positions on pseudonymous . . .

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The Guerrilla Tactics of The Racket, and How It Almost Upended Journalism

Source: Wired.com. Posted Dec 15, 2014

The plan was to make an Internet magazine that mixed hard-hitting reporting and in-depth features with wicked, Spy magazine-style satire. And the occasional kitten video. But The Racket is dead now. . . .

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How the Washington Post Got the Cosby Story Right

Source: nymag.com. Posted Dec 10, 2014

Last month, the Washington Post made what was, for a newspaper anyway, an unusual decision: They would publish Barbara Bowman’s rape allegations against Bill Cosby in a first-person essay, despite the fact that Bowman had never pressed charges. . . .

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Pulitzer Prizes Expand Eligibility in Feature and Investigative Categories

Source: Editor & Publisher. Posted Dec 08, 2014

The Pulitzer Prizes in journalism, which honor the work of American newspapers and news sites, have expanded eligibility for two prize categories, Investigative Reporting and Feature Writing, to include many online and print magazines. . . .

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PRI Develops Tool to Change How Readers Engage With Its Journalism

Source: current.org. Posted Dec 08, 2014

In digital media, “reader engagement” is code for retweets, comments and Facebook shares. Public Radio International now hopes to expand the meaning of reader engagement in its newsrooms and at journalism organizations around the world. . . .

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LATEST JOB LISTINGS

  • Associate Editor
    Randall-Reilly – Tuscaloosa, Alabama - Posted Dec 19, 2014
    Responsible for writing daily content for an online news source for landscape professionals. Candidates should have knowledge of social media platforms, . . .
  • Communications Specialist - 523561
    Brandeis University – Waltham, Massachusetts - Posted Dec 19, 2014
    The Heller School for Social Policy and Management at Brandeis University seeks an energetic, deadline-oriented communications specialist to produce original content . . .
  • Technology Editor, Government
    McMurry – Washington, District of Columbia - Posted Dec 19, 2014
    Do you love to deliver great stories about federal government and the technologies that help agencies solve problems and meet their . . .
  • Higher Education Editor
    McMurry – Washington, District of Columbia - Posted Dec 19, 2014
    McMURRY/TMG is seeking a seasoned print and online editor with a strong higher education background, a great sense of style and . . .
  • Seeking Reporter
    Central Kentucky News-Journal – Campbellsville, Kentucky - Posted Dec 19, 2014
    The Central Kentucky News-Journal, a twice-weekly newspaper in Campbellsville, Ky., has an opening for a reporter. The reporter is responsible for . . .
  • Seeking Experienced Freelance News Reporter and Editor
    FierceMarkets – Washington, District of Columbia - Posted Dec 19, 2014
    FierceMarkets, a growing B2B media company, is looking for an experienced freelance news reporter and editor to produce the FierceEnterpriseCommunications newsletter . . .
  • Reporter
    Dow Jones – SOUTHFIELD, Michigan - Posted Dec 18, 2014
    When you join Dow Jones, you become part of one of the most dynamic, creative and savvy news and information companies . . .
  • Reporter
    Dow Jones – NEW YORK, New York - Posted Dec 18, 2014
    When you join Dow Jones, you become part of one of the most dynamic, creative and savvy news and information companies . . .

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