Law and Ethics
August 3, 2022
Opinion: Living in an Anonymous World
(NEW YORK) — On April 11, 2003, after the fall of Baghdad, then-CNN Chief News Executive Eason Jordan wrote an […]
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.
June 24, 2022
Opinion: In the Age of ‘Alternative Facts,’ Remember: The Onion is Satire
In an era where factual news competes with deliberate misinformation/disinformation campaigns spread quickly across social media, the tendency to confuse legitimate fact for folly is more common than ever.
October 26, 2021
Are you a Journalist or an American Journalist?
In this week’s episode of the “Ethics Edit Podcast,” NYU students Natalia Borecki and David Latchman explore the ethical dilemma […]
October 13, 2021
Opinion: Questioning Ben Shapiro as a Journalist
Ben Shapiro, the co-founder of DailyWire and host of the popular conservative podcast, The Ben Shapiro Show, has been called, […]