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Deggans: CNN should ‘call out prejudice and stereotypes,’ avoid false equivalence as way to appear apolitical
A plea to CNN: NPR’s Deggans suggests network avoid use of false equivalence as a way to appear apoliticalRead Story
Brian Stelter to exit CNN; ‘Reliable Sources’ canceled in first major programming decision of CEO Chris LichtRead Story
Jim Angell, press freedom advocate who dedicated his life to helping Wyoming journalists, dies at age 64Read Story
Steve Schulz’s social life often led him to downtown Minneapolis, where he’d attend ball games, go to the theater or just have drinks with friends. Since he was there so much, he decided to sell his house in the suburbs and get an apartment downtown, where he could walk to his favorite hangouts.
Shortly after he arrived in 2019, the coronavirus shut down the city and police killed George Floyd, leading to numerous downtown protests, some of them ending withRead Story
Jeff Zucker’s departure from the network he led has been big news.
But media executives and newsroom managers who strive to produce journalism with high ethical standards should take note of a passing detail in the events at CNN that preceded his leaving.
CNN guidance that would have prevented former host Chris Cuomo from interviewing his brother, then-New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo, was waived during the early days of the pandemic, apparently with Zucker’s support.
Zucker resigned Feb. 2, sayingRead Story