October 18, 2022
From the Mob to El Chapo, Reporter Juliet Papa Knows a Thing or Two About Crime in NYC
If you ask Juliet Papa how to find a good story, she will tell you, "Look for drama. You look for what is so different about this story and what makes it unusual."
July 20, 2022
Podcast: When Should Journalists Allow Sources to Remain Anonymous?
We often hear of anonymous sources in the context of an undercover source with dirt. Deeply entrenched, or in the […]
July 19, 2022
Podcast: The Enduring Impact of Food Lion v. ABC Primetime Live
When is it okay for journalists to go undercover for a story? Where is the line between the individual right to privacy and the press’ right to gather news? Can the courts hold the press to its ethical standards? These are some of the questions raised by the Food Lion vs. ABC Primetime case from July 1995. Unfortunately, there seem to be no more clear answers today than there were more than 25 years ago.
July 6, 2022
Opinion: After Uvalde, a Reporter Considers How We Pronounce Place Names and Why It Matters
Mispronouncing the name of a victim or place can undermine the credibility of a reporter's story, but getting it right can be hard.
April 9, 2022
Right Where She Belongs: Essence’s Beauty & Style Director Talks Creating Content for Black Women
"My career is built on the shoulders of Black women."