Views of the News Preview: Facebook Oversight Committee Upholds Trump Ban
Facebook's Oversight Committee upheld the social media platform's ban on Former President Donald Trump. Also, a 14-year-old cheerleader’s fight for free speech, new leadership at the Los Angeles Times and remembering Aviva Okeson-Haberman, a promising young journalist.
Elizabeth Dwoskin & Cat Zakrzewski, Washignton Post: "Facebook's Oversight Board upheld the social network's decision to ban former president Trump four months after Capitol riot"
Cecilia Kang, New York Times: "What is the Facebook Oversight Board?"
Brooke Signman, Fox News: "Trump launches new communications platform months after Twitter, Facebook ban"
Cristiano Lima & Nick Niedwiadek, POLITICO: "Why Trump's new blog could lead to more social media takedowns"
Donald Trump: "From the Desk of Donald J. Trump"
Merida to lead LAT
Meg James, Los Angeles Times: “ESPN’s Kevin Merida named L.A. Times executive editor”
Richard Prince, Journal-isms: “Cautious optimism after Kevin Merida pick”
Kerry Flynn, CNN: “Los Angeles Times names EPSN’s Kevin Merida as its new top editor”
Associated Press: “Los Angeles Times names ESPN’s Kevin Merida as new executive editor”
Katie Robertson, New York Times: “Los Angeles Times hires its next top editor: Kevin Merida, of ESPN”
Joe Lucia, Awful Announcing: “ESPN’s Kevin Merida, editor-in-chief of The Undefeated, is the new executive editor of the LA Times”
Paul Farhi & Sarah Ellison, Washington Post: “Kevin Merida is named executive editor of the Los Angeles Times”
Student speech case
Justin Driver, Washington Post: “Opinion: Why we should all want the suspended cheerleader to win her Supreme Court case”
Josh Gerstein, POLITICO: “Supreme Court grapples with free speech case involving student’s Snapchat outburst”
Elura Nanos, Law & Crime: “Things got weird during Supreme Court oral arugments over a cheerleader’s F-bombs on Snapchat”
Mark Walsh, Education Week: “How a cheerleader’s Snapchat profanity could shape the limits of students’ free speech”
WaPo’s message to employees
Andrew Beaujon, Washingtonian: “Washington Post employees can’t take a public stance on statehood”
Giuliani under investigation
Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Washington Post, New York Times, and NBC news retract reports on Giuliani”
Kathianne Boniello, New York Post: “New York Times, WaPo, NBC forced to retract false claims about Giuliani”
Blake Montgomery, Daily Beast: “Wapo retracts reporting that Giuliani and OAN got FBI warnings about Russian disinfo”
Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “How three major news organizations all got a story about Rudy Giuliani wrong”
Remembering Aviva Okeson-Haberman
Dan Margolies, KCUR: “KCUR reporter and beloved colleague Aviva Okeson-Haberman dies at 24”
Frank Morris, NPR: “Remembering KCUR reporter Aviva Okeson-Haberman”
Luke Nozicka, Kansas City Star: “Fund for aspiring journalists created in honor of KCUR reporter killed in Kansas City”
David Medina & Emma James: “KCMO Mayor Quinton Lucas says community, police trust key to curbing violence"
Penn Medicine News: “Study: Media’s reporting on gun violence doesn’t reflect reality”
Staff, APM Research Lab: “APM Survey: Americans’ views on key gun policies part two, knowledge of gun-related deaths”
Kyle Pope, Columbia Journalism Review: “It’s time to rethink how journalism covers guns and mass shootings”