Category Archives: Journalism

  1. Journalism needs a “total lockdown” on precision

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    March 25, 2020 by jacklovelace

    There has never been a time when it is more important for the media to be specific and avoid those …
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  2. When closing isn’t closing

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    March 16, 2020 by jacklovelace

    There’s been a lot of good journalism during the virus crisis, but it can still be better. The Denver Post …
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  3. What do those who got it say?

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    March 10, 2020 by jacklovelace

    All the virus coverage can be frustrating. One side of the ship you have the total gloom and fright school. …
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  4. Fabu forever

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    January 28, 2020 by jacklovelace

    My Kansas City friends have heard by now that Charles Ferruzza has died. I got to work with Charles in …
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  5. Cowboy obsession on the yell shows puzzling

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    December 31, 2019 by jacklovelace

    I surf the cable sports channels. I watch only teams I care about and I don’t spend any time on …
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  6. Richard Jewell: On screen and off

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    December 15, 2019 by jacklovelace

    In my basic journalism class, I used to offer from the textbook examples of good and bad journalism. On bad …
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  7. Saving Mr. Rogers

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    November 20, 2019 by jacklovelace

    Really looking forward to the new Mr. Rogers movie with Tom Hanks. We go on Friday when it comes out. …
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