I teach journalism and direct the Studio 20 program at NYU, critique the press, try to grasp digital logic. I advise media companies too. Yours, perhaps?
@BobCusack When you got complaints and had doubts you shifted his work from news to "opinion, " as if that takes care of it. No one is fooled by this review you are announcing now.
This clip is justifiably gaining fame as an example of live fact checking and the refusal to grant talking points.
"Facebook’s only Dutch factchecker has quit over the social network’s refusal to allow them to highlight political lies as being false."
The decision not to conduct any serious review of these events in 2016 — and learn from them — will have lasting effects on Times journalism. It already has.
Something has happened to Chuck Todd. I view @MeetThePress almost every week. Today his tone — I mean his voice itself — was different, as if the gravity of events had sunk in and his patience with denial had run out. Now go to 0:32 in this clip and watch.