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Views of the News: Covering the Brussels Terror Attacks

Mar 22, 2016

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Missouri School of Journalism students found themselves in the center of the Brussels terror attacks early this morning. We’ll talk about the challenge of reporting during traumatic events.

Jenna Middaugh, KOMU-TV: "16 Students, 1 MU professor safe in Brussels amid terror attacks"

KMIZ-TV: "16 Missouri Journalism students safe in Brussels after terror attacks"

Elisabeth Rentschler, KCTV-TV: "Group of Mizzou journalism students safe after explosions in Brussels"

Sarah Walsh, KSHB-TV: "'It's intense': MU student in Brussels talks about terror attacks"

Associated Press: "Witnesses describe blood, dust and chaos in Brussels attacks"

Obama in Cuba

Before the terror attacks in Brussels, all eyes were on Cuba for President Barack Obama's historic visit.

Edward-Isaac Dovere, POLITICO: “How Obama set a trap for Raul Castro

Julie Hirschfeld Davis & Damien Cave, New York Times: “Obama says Cuba embargo does ‘not serve our interests’

Alan Yuhas, The Guardian: “Castro defends Cuba: ‘Not one country’ complies with all human rights – as it happened

WTVJ-TV: “Cuban coverage of Obama muted but respectful

Prensa Latina: “Reporters describe Obama’s visit to Cuba has historic

Michael Weissenstein, Associated Press: “Google helps offer vastly faster Internet in Cuba

Trump, Violence and the Press

Paul Fahri, Washington Post: “Despite the beatdown, reporters love the Trump beat

McKay Coppins & Rosie Gray, BuzzFeed: "Trump campaign manager faces new allegations of pushing, sexually suggestive comments"

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: “Breitbart reporter files police report against Trump campaign manager over alleged assault

Andrew Kirell & Justin Miller, The Daily Beast: “Video shows campaign manager Corey Lewandowski grabbing reporter Michelle Fields"

Michael Calderone, Huffington Post: “No one’s asking Donald Trump about campaign manager accused of grabbing reporter

Hadas Gold, POLITICO: “Breitbart sends ‘cease and desist’ letters to former staffers

Melissa Cronin, Gawker: “Video appears to show Trump manager Corey Lewandowski yanking protestor by the collar

Matt Pearce, L.A. Times: “Andrew Breitbart warned conservatives about Trump, but he never saw this coming

Kyle Blaine, BuzzFeed: “How Donald Trump bent television to his will

Caitlin Cruz, Talking Points Memo: “Chuck Todd says Trump can no longer call into ‘Meet the Press’

Cokie Roberts’ NPR Role

Steve & Cokie Roberts, Columbia Missourian: “Guest Commentary: Voters must be convinced that Trump is a dangerous choice

David Folkenflik, NPR: “NPR clarifies Cokie Roberts’ role after anti-Trump column

Elizabeth Jensen, NPR: “Cokie Roberts’ role at NPR, explained

Barton Swaim, Washington Post: “Cokie Roberts, NPR and the impossibility of objectivity

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Donald Trump tests boundaries, role of Cokie Roberts, at NPR

Hulk Hogan knocks out Gawker

Joe Mullin, Ars Technica: “$115 million verdict in Hulk Hogan sex-tape lawsuit could wipe out Gawker

Tom Kludt, CNN Money: “Hulk Hogan jury adds $25.1 million to Gawker’s liability in sex tape case

Nick Madigan & Ravi Somaiya, New York Times: “Hulk Hogan awarded $115 million in privacy suit against Gawker

Dan Kennedy, Media Nation: “No, the Hulk Hogan verdict doesn’t threaten free speech

Erik Eckholm, New York Times: “Legal experts see little effect on news media from Hulk Hogan verdict

Peter Kafka, re/Code: “Hulk Hogan wins $115 million against Gawker in sex tape trial

Anna M. Phillips, Tampa Bay Tribune: “Unsealed records in Hogan sex-tape case suggest witnesses may have lied

Matt Ferner, Huffington Post: “Gawker’s Wikipedia page gets trolled in wake of Hulk Hogan verdict

Twitter turns 10

Katie Rogers and Daniel Victor, New York Times: “’A window into other lives’: Twitter at 10

Michael Grothaus, Fast Company: “Twitter turns 10 today: Here’s how it’s celebrating

Sarah Frier, Felix Gillette & Brad Stone, Bloomberg Business: “The future of Twitter: Q&A with Jack Dorsey

Lance Ulanoff, Mashable: “Twitter at 10: It’s not about you

Kirsty Styles, The Next Web: “Twitter is 10 and it’s still not a social network

Elena Cresci, The Guardian: “12 ways Twitter is changing our lives