journalism ethics (Page 5)

October 14, 2020

Podcast: ‘Countervail’ on Reporters and Personal Social Media Accounts

Do public figures lose all rights of privacy to scrutiny by the public? In this episode of Countervail, Dawn Heinbach and Lilian Manansala discuss the suspension of Felicia Sonmez when she re-tweeted a story about the sexual allegation against Kobe Bryant. Because she re-tweeted the piece shortly after Bryant's death, the reporter was not only harassed and threatened online but suspended by the Washington Post. Where is the line between a reporter's personal rights on their social media accounts vs the publisher's right to control how their news staff represents the company?

October 7, 2020

Podcast: ‘The Maeve Dunigan Show’ Roundtable on Pandemic-Related Reporting

A roundtable interview with health and wellness blogger Michelle Mackey, news reporter Lilian Manansala, and citizen journalist Robyn Huang. Hosted by Maeve Dunigan.

October 5, 2020

Opinion: The Inadvertent Advocacy of Deeply Humane Reporting

(RIVERSIDE, Calif.) — Two years ago, Sudarsan Raghavan of the Washington Post visited the village of Raqah, Yemen, one month […]

Chanel Rion reporting in front of the White House.

September 29, 2020

Opinion: Is Chanel Rion of One America News a Journalist?

An examination on whether Chanel Rion of OAN can be qualified as a journalist.

December 19, 2019

Social Media: A Double-Edged Source

While a tweet or a post can cast a pretty light across a project, rarely can it construct a solid story on its own.