A newspaper is like a buffet. You go to a buffet, [and] there are dozens and dozens of items [to] choose to eat. But you may find something you don’t […]
Given (and perhaps because of) the backdrop of continued financial challenges, and unprecedented levels of political antagonism toward the media, here are three thematic areas where local journalism in the […]
Journalists interviewed for the Agora report consistently articulated that, despite the pressures and uncertainties their sector faces, core journalistic values and purposes still matter and positively influence the work they do. […]
I recently published a new, 22,000 word study, on the evolution of local journalism in the Pacific Northwest. Over the coming weeks, I’ll be breaking up the research into smaller, […]
The study, “Local journalism in the Pacific Northwest: Why It Matters, How It’s Evolving and Who Pays for It,” supported and published by the Agora Journalism Center at the University of Oregon, […]
My contribution (embedded below – an expanded version of an article previously written for The Conversation and republished by PBS, Salon and others) to Brexit, Trump and the Media, edited by John Mair, Tor Clark, Neil Fowler, Raymond Snoddy and Richard Tait.
In April, I was kindly invited by the UO Strategic Communication Leadership Network, to talk about the impact of the current political landscape on the journalism profession. Here’s a link […]