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STICKIER NEWS: WHAT NEWSPAPERS DON’T KNOW ABOUT WEB TRAFFIC HAS HURT THEM BADLY – BUT THERE IS A BETTER WAY

STICKIER NEWS: WHAT NEWSPAPERS DON’T KNOW ABOUT WEB TRAFFIC HAS HURT THEM BADLY – BUT THERE IS A BETTER WAY

A new paper by Matthew Hindman, Joan Shorenstein Fellow (Fall 2014) and Associate Professor in the School of Media and Public Affairs at The George Washington University, examines why local newspapers are falling behind in online audience growth and how…

The Philosopher King and the Creation of NPR

The Philosopher King and the Creation of NPR

A new paper by Steve Oney, author of And the Dead Shall Rise, tells the story of the creation of National Public Radio, and how its philosophy was shaped in its early days, with a unique focus on content quality over…

Spring 2013 Newsletter

The most recent issue, published in April 2013, reported on the Goldsmith Awards, a discussion with Chris Hughes, the Spring Speaker Series, Spring Fellows, Journalist’s Resource, and more.

Nature’s Prophet: Bill McKibben as Journalist, Public Intellectual and Activist

New paper by Fall 2012 Fellow Matthew C. Nisbet examines the impact of “knowledge journalism” on the climate change debate.

Media Coverage of the Drone Program

In her Shorenstein Center paper, Fall 2012 Fellow Tara McKelvey examines the media coverage of the U.S. drone program in five major news outlets.

Podium Wars: President Hamid Karzai, the Foreign Press, and the Afghan War

A paper by Fall Fellow Joshua Partlow, foreign correspondent for The Washington Post, looks at press coverage of President Karzai and his criticism of it.

Rebelling Against the Rich: Lessons from the media’s coverage of the 1% divide

A paper by former Fellow Nina Easton looks at how the media has covered wealth, as well as recent reporting on the one percent and Occupy Wall Street.

Dispatches From an Unfinished Uprising: The Role of Technology in the 2009 Iranian Protest Movement

A new paper by Spring 2012 Fellow Nazila Fathi describes her experience as a journalist on the ground during the Iranian protests in June 2009.