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The Press Trust of India, @PTI_News , roughly India’s AP, may not be a bastion of accountability journalism, but it is a crucial institution providing news from across the country. Now it faces a campaign of intimidation from the Modi government. (Short thread)

YES! We're hiring PAID and FOR CREDIT Interns for the Fall, and YES, remote is an option. Apply to become an OpenSecrets Intern working in research, journalism or IT! Deadline Wednesday.

I got into journalism because I wanted to never be bored, but honestly right about now I could use a boring day

Why is trust in journalism on the decline? In ‘Bias, Bullshit & Lies’, Nic Newman and Richard Fletcher explore this worrying trend and what news organizations can do to tackle distrust.

ESPN Practices More Responsible Journalism Than CNN (via @JoePCunningham )

Send news and information about business journalism for Talking Biz News to tea @talkingbiznews .com

In 2016 there was a brief tussle over the appointment of a new editor in chief, which wasn’t much noticed outside Delhijournalism circles

“A Free and Responsible Press” lays out the virtues to which journalism can aspire in a democracy. Nearly 75 years after its publication, we face a crisis similar to, and perhaps deeper than, the one it emerged from.

#FreeWOJ, but to do some actual hard-hitting journalism on the @nba , & not to be a cheerleader for his sources.

The best media like @NPR  📻 can be contaminated by heavy dogmatism. ▶️Listen to this very biased piece by @Rebs_Rosman  about the new french government. ▶️She only quotes radical feminists like @carolinedehaas  or the leftist @mediapart . ▶️Bad journalism.


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This man is a son, a father, a brother. He has won dozens of journalism awards. He's been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize every year since 2010. Powerful actors, including CIA, are engaged in a sophisticated effort to dehumanise, delegitimize and imprison him. #ProtectJulian 

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The New York Times is an embarrassment to journalism. They were a dead paper before I went into politics, and they will be a dead paper after I leave, which will be in 5 years. Fake News is the Enemy of the people!

"It was the worst journalistic fiasco of now my more than 50 some years in journalism. It was a disaster." @brithume  called the media's coverage of @realDonaldTrump 's alleged collusion with Russia the "worst journalistic fiasco" he's seen in his 50-year career.

....Likewise, the @nytimes  and @washingtonpost  are a disgrace to journalism. They are all Fake News, and they know it better than anyone else. History is unfolding, and it is not a pretty picture for “journalism”.

The Failing New York Times, in one of the most devastating portrayals of bad journalism in history, got caught by a leaker that they are shifting from their Phony Russian Collusion Narrative (the Mueller Report & his testimony were a total disaster), to a Racism Witch Hunt.....

News anchors looking into camera and reading a script handed down by a corporate overlord, words meant to obscure the truth not elucidate it, isn't journalism. It's propaganda. It's Orwellian. A slippery slope to how despots wrest power, silence dissent, and oppress the masses.

Remember it was Buzzfeed that released the totally discredited “Dossier,” paid for by Crooked Hillary Clinton and the Democrats (as opposition research), on which the entire Russian probe is based! A very sad day for journalism, but a great day for our Country!

I'd much rather live in a world reflecting the values, philanthropy, and yes intelligence of LeBron James and Don Lemon's intelligent commitment to truth and journalism than the divisive peevishness, lies, and narrow self-interest displayed by the President of the United States.

Images of Ecuador's ambassador inviting the UK's secret police into the embassy to drag a publisher of--like it or not--award-winning journalism out of the building are going to end up in the history books. Assange's critics may cheer, but this is a dark moment for press freedom.