Tag: journalism

More journo-cide

Journalism’s effort to devalue journalism continues

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What you wish for

Conservative Alaskans seemingly gleeful about the demise of local news media perceived as leaning left appear dangerously unaware of the handout-driven landscape of journalism in these times. AsĀ  reporting power across the […]

“I believe”

Once upon a time in America, the information business was more like science than religion. No matter whether writers were in public relations or journalism, accuracy was judged on evidence not mere […]

Hand-out news

The climbing season on North America’s tallest mountain is now well over, and if it feels like you missed it, well, there’s a reason. And that involves a story not about mountaineering, […]

Agreeable news

Maybe part of what’s wrong with journalism today is not journalists, but readers. You don’t have to engage in many conversations about the news to find people whose main complaint is that […]

Word control

What a week in Alaska journalism, and it’s only Thursday. First we get the KTVA cowboys staking out an aggressive mama moose on the Glenn Highway bike path for more than an […]