One really doesn’t actually expect sterling journalism, good, investigative reporting or excellent editing from a community newspaper, but we do expect factual accuracy. And we expect reporters and editors to do at least the basics of their jobs…. . . . → Read More: Scripturient: Sloppy Reporting and Secret Agendas
If Americans often seem uninformed or misinformed about current affairs, it may be because they get more propaganda than news. There are now five times as many public relations experts at work in the U.S. than reporters. Furthermore, the difference is growing. While the number of reporters in the country dropped by almost 9,000 from . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: PR tops journalism in U.S.
The May Show of today is a pale imitation of the May Show that was so successful through the 1980′s and the first half of the 90′s, so maybe it’s time to stop pretending and just let it die. The … Continue reading →