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Provoked by public contempt, RTDNA takes First Amendment fight to the states


 Dan Shelley, RTDNA Executive Director

Local journalists are reckoning with a new reality: The greatest threat to working in journalism is public contempt for us as a workforce.
Once diplomatic dislike for our work from some viewers, listeners and readers has grown to a substantial loss of trust in the media. This crisis of trust has opened the door to bi

Editors warn reporters against hastily writing stories to beat competition


The Hill

Editors Jodi Enda and Carl Cannon warned against journalists churning out stories to beat competing outlets Friday on "What America`s Thinking," saying that the practice increases the chances for outlets to make mistakes in reporting. 

"There`s a lot that we need to do better," Enda, editor-in-chief at Think Progress, told Hill.TV`s Jamal Simmons.