IRS Suppressing Nonprofit, Investigative Journalism?

August 2, 2013 1

Editor’s Note: Raging Chicken Press readers may recall that earlier this summer we announced that we intended to turn Raging Chicken into a 501(c)(3) nonprofit media organization. This article was an unexpected outcome of our […]

BREAKING NEWS: AP, Media Fumble News Story

October 24, 2012 1

On the Sunday before the final presidential debate, Mitt Romney and some of his senior staffers played a flag football game with members of the Press Corps on Delray Beach, Fla. Ashley Parker of the […]

Just What is “Breitbarting”?

June 13, 2012 1

Well, for one thing, it is not journalism. When I wrote “The Pride and Reward of Falsification: Post-Objectivity as Post-Responsibility” for the recent book News with a View (edited by Burton St. John and Kirsten Johnson) centering […]

The “He Said/She Said” of Education

October 10, 2011 1

Jay Rosen provides a smell test for he said/she said journalism: There’s a public dispute. The dispute makes news. No real attempt is made to assess clashing truth claims in the story, even though they are in some sense […]

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