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One Year Later, Enough Is Enough

Connor Ryan | Posted 02.13.2014 | Media
Connor Ryan

On the one-year anniversary of the shootings, it's only right for journalists to pivot away from this story and recognize that the people whose lives were irrevocably altered last December have asked for nothing but peace this year.

Holding the Media Accountable

Stephanie F. McLaughlin | Posted 03.01.2013 | Media
Stephanie F. McLaughlin

After the Newtown shooting, in the rush to put information, any information, out to the public, and in this world of 24-hour news cycles, journalistic integrity and the truth went out the window faster than a cute kitten picture spreads across the Internet.

Sandy Hook Shooting: How the Media Screwed Up the Reporting of This Tragedy

Stephen Robert Morse | Posted 02.18.2013 | Media
Stephen Robert Morse

In the immediate aftermath of the horrific Newtown shooting, both traditional and new media sources disseminated a significant amount of misinformation.

Connecticut Tragedy: Focusing on the Wrong Things

Josh Birch | Posted 02.17.2013 | College
Josh Birch

Reporters are taught to break the story and get the interview that will captivate an audience. However, there are exceptions where there is something more important than ratings and more important than making a good story.