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How a weekly newspaper in Oregon shined a light on government secrecy

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The Hitchhiker's Guide to Journalism

The Hitchhiker's Guide to Journalism

Everything you never wanted to know about journalism and the media

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Last week Twitter unleashed the floodgates on 280-character tweets, rolling the feature out to everyone just over a month after testing the feature with select users. While the change may have some of the social media giant’s fans lamenting the watering-down of the platform, the change will have several benefits for journalists. While good journalism […]

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In addition to not being the best at math, another area where journalists tend to struggle is science. This makes reporting on scientific and medical studies difficult because we have a tendency to take the findings of the study at face value without digging in and asking the same types of questions we would ask […]

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If you’re a new to journalism and covering a beat that involves government meetings, you may find yourself struggling with how takeĀ a rather bland government meetingĀ and turn it into a compelling story. This is a common problem many journalists face, as the material covered in these often sparsely attended meetings is important, but tends to […]

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BuzzFeed’s decision to publish a 35-page intelligence dossier about Donald Trump’s dealings in Russia set off a firestorm on Twitter that many of us wish we could un-see and also started a hearty debate over what journalism should look like in 2017. From the start, BuzzFeed did inform readers that the information they were presenting […]

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