Culture (Page 60)

October 6, 2019

Case Study: Reporter Philip Yee Investigates Chinatown Restaurants Accused of Abusing Fowl

Photo by Cong Grace Sui LOS ANGELES – Yee goes to extreme measures to cover his stories. For example, in […]

October 6, 2019

Case study: Jack El-Hai on Why He Wrote a Book on Lobotomies

NEW YORK – Jack El-Hai is a writer effortlessly capable of making the unfathomable seem inevitable. As former President of the American Society of Journalists and Authors he has worked to create systems that ensure the fair and ethical treatment of freelancers and staff writers across state lines.

Jasper Ward interviews Hurricane Dorian survivor

October 6, 2019

Case Study: A Heartbreaking Hurricane Story Heard Around the World

NASSAU, The Bahamas - Dorian was the strongest hurricane to ever hit The Bahamas, specifically the northern Bahamas, destroying the islands of Abaco and its cays and eastern Grand Bahama, with winds up to 185 mph, and claiming the lives of hundreds with its up to 20-foot surge. One of those who is presumed to have perished in the surge is Abaco resident Adrian Farrington’s 5-year-old son, Adrian Farrington Jr.

October 3, 2019

Media Criticism: John Oliver the Comedic Journalist?

John Oliver on set for his episode on legal immigration, which aired on HBO on September 15. New York, NY […]

Cover of Brandon Stanton's Book - Humans of New York. (Photo by Tiffany Corr)

October 3, 2019

Shedding Light on the Lives of Everyday People

VERO BEACH, Fla. - Today, news operates at an all-consuming and rapid pace. More often than not, what is reported is negative. Which raises the question, can valuable news come in an alternative form? Is there another worthy approach that lends itself credence to the title of journalist? Yes. One that speaks the truth, is loyal to the public, unbiased and provides impactful content to the public? Most definitely.