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Views Preview: Did the Press Push Harry and Meghan Abroad?

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Prince Harry and Meghan Markle have reached an agreement with the rest of the Royal Family, and will spending more time in Canada. What responsibility did the British press have for their decision?

Yomi Adegoke, The Guardian: “The treatment of Meghan is racist. We should feel able to say so

Ellie Hall, BuzzFeed: “Here are 20 headlines comparing Meghan Markle to Kate Middleton that might show why she and Prince Harry are cutting off royal reporters

Hadas Gold, CNN: “Britain’s top tabloids were already going after Meghan. Now they’re twisting the knife.

Mark Landler, New York Times: “Queen ‘supportive’ of Prince Harry and Meghan’s ‘new life’

Karla Adam & William Booth, Washington Post: “Queen Elizabeth II agrees to a ‘period of transition’ in which Harry and Meghan spend time in Britain and Canada

Former press secretaries call for briefings

Open letter, published by CNN: “Why America needs to hear from its government

Morgan Gstalter, The Hill: “Ex-White House press, military officials call on Grisham to restart regular briefings

Lydia O’Connor, HuffPost: “Former White House officials call for return of regular press briefings

Charlie Nash, Mediaite: “Former White House press secretaries, gov’t officials sign open letter calling for return of press briefings

Alison Flood, The Guardian: “Don Winslow and Stephen King offer $200K if White House holds a press briefing

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “Stephanie Grisham is not the worst-ever White House press secretary. Here’s why.

Michael M Grynbaum & Katie Rogers, New York Times: “Stephanie Grisham: Trump’s press secretary who doesn’t meet the press

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Stephanie Grisham’s laughable dodge

Innocent until proven guilty

Mike Canon, WCPO: “WCPO is cutting back on the use of mug shots with crime stories

New Hampshire House Bill 1157

Romance Writers leadership resigns

Karen Grigsby Bates, NPR: “Romance Writers of America leadership resigns

Concepción de León, New York Times: “Romance Writers of America leadership resigns

Winfrey steps back from #MeToo doc

Lacey Rose, The Hollywood Reporter: “Oprah Winfrey steps away from Russell Simmons accuser doc, pulls from Apple+

Adam Rosenberg, Mashable: “Oprah Winfrey cuts ties to #MeToo doc about a Russell Simmons accuser

Brian Welk, The Wrap: “Oprah Winfrey breaks from Russell Simmons documentary, film will no longer air on Apple+

Nicole Sperling, New York Times: “Oprah Winfrey pulls out of documentary on music mogul Russell Simmons

Ian Sherr, CNET: “Oprah quits sexual harassment documentary slated for Apple TV Plus and Sundance

Anthony D’Alessandro, Deadline: “Russell Simmons accuser documentary filmmakers ‘disappointed’ in Oprah exit, will still premiere film at Sundance

Matt Donnelly, Variety: “Oprah drops Russell Simmons accuser doc from Apple slate two weeks before Sundance premiere

Ian Mohr, Page Six: “Oprah Winfrey backs out of doc focused on Russell Simmons accusers

Christi Carras, Chicago Tribune: “Russell Simmons confronts Oprah Winfrey over documentary featuring one of his accusers

Oscar nominations

Brooke Barnes & Nicole Sperling, New York Times: “Oscar nominations 2020: ‘Joker’ leads with 11 nods; three others get 10

Bethany Minelle, Sky News: “Oscars: Top nominations overwhelmingly white and male

Brett Lang, Variety: “’Joker’ tops Oscar nominations, but female directors, acrots of color virtually ignored

Nicole Sperling, New York Times: “Greta Gerwig isn’t as outraged as Twitter about her directing snub

Ramin Setoodeh, Variety: “Oscar nominations: 15 biggest snubs and surprises, from Jennifer Lopez to Adam Sandler

Kenneth Turan, Los Angeles Times: “Commentary: Oscar nominations 2020: Kenneth Turan says the academy looks both forward and backward

Patrick Ceoma, Radio Times: “Oscars 2020: Joker becomes the most nominated comic book movie of all time

Panera hires ‘Phyllis’

Jessica Wohl, Ad Age: "Panera Bread hires Phyllis from 'The Office' the handle French Onion soup fallout"

AMY SIMONS teaches multi-platform reporting and editing to students in the convergence journalism interest area.