If you can write, if you have a heartfelt sense of commitment to an informed society, and if you harbor a burning desire for adventure, the Atwood Chair of Journalism at the […]
Strange are the passions of humans in how they come and go. As a kid, I was a fishing nut. Couldn’t get enough. Almost every summer day, there was fishing somewhere. We […]
Journalism as those over 30 have known it might not be dead yet, but it is on its death bed. Anyone who has any doubts needs to get out of his or […]
In this post-truth world, media “fact-checking” of so many things might well be a waste of time, the director of technology, media and communications specialization at Columbia University’s School of International and Public […]
Sometimes the state of journalism in this country today is enough to make someone who has spent a life in the business want to cry. Here is the Anchorage Daily News, the […]
The time has come to talk about online comments, or maybe the time is well past. What seems a long time ago in a world now all different, Debbie McKinney, a reporter […]
For the second time in three years, a journalist has been assaulted on the job in Alaska, but this time the victim says she doesn’t think she was the intended target. Radio […]
Do you want to know what journalists think? Or would you prefer they keep their views hidden and let you guess at their opinions?
If mountain climbers crap in the Alaska wilderness, does anyone notice? Only if the news leaks out. Then in the brave, new world of super-hyped jour-no-lism, look out.
Some days now it’s hard to avoid wondering if I’m a fool for believing anything printed in the New York Times. Old habits die hard, and most journalists who grew up in […]