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Views of the News Preview: Covering Gun Violence in Georgia, Colorado

Mar 23, 2021

Two mass shootings in two weeks; 18 people gunned down in different corners of the country. This week, we look at how journalists covered these events, and how race and gender played into the coverage. Also, the NFL’s new television deals bring in $100 billion and art traders deal in NFTs.

Al Tompkins, Poytner: “How will America respond to two mass killings in a week?

Tom Jones, Poynter: “How the media covered the mass shooting in Georgia

Tom Jones, Poynter: “How cable TV news covered the mass shooting in Boulder, Colorado

Dennis Huspeni, The News Gazette: “Colorado man livestreams Boulder supermarket shooting

Mitchell Byars, Daily Camera: “’A tragedy and a nightmare’: Ten dead, including officer, after shooting at Boulder King Soopers

Óscar Contreras, KMGH-TV: “’It was a truly horrifying experience’: Witnesses describe active shooter scene inside Boulder King Soopers

Erin Powell, KUSA-TV: “First a pandemic, then a shooting: Union president calls King Soopers employees heroes

Nate Lynn, KUSA-TV: “Police radio traffic gives insight into response to shooting at Boulder King Soopers

Brian Flood, Fox News: “Liberals blame Trump, Republicans and racism for Atlanta shootings, before police determine motive

Asian American Journalists Association: “AAJA guidance on Atlanta shootings

Shinee Kang, Columbia Journalism Review: “Cover the Atlanta massacre from inside the Korean community

Doris Truong, Poynter: “The rush to report on Atlanta-area shootings amplified bias in news coverage

Nina Golgowski, HuffPost: “’Meet the Press’ slammed over lack of Asian Americans in anti-Asian violence panel

Violence targeting those of Asian heritage

Davey Alba, New York Times: “How anti-Asian activity online set the stage for real-world violence

Nicole Chavez, CNN: “Asian-Americans were already living in fear. The Atlanta-area spa killings feel like a terrifying escalation

Andrea Salcedo, Paulina Firozi & Antonio Olivo, Washington Post: “Asian Americans in Atlanta stunned by shootings as advocates demand action: ‘Everyone has heard enough words

Errin Haines, The 19th: “’We need protection’: Georgia official addressed anti-Asian violence two days before shooting

Christine Fernando & Terry Tang, Associated Press: “Explainer: Why Georgia attack spurs fears in Asian Americans

David Wildstein, New Jersey Globe: “Gannett photo caption refers to ‘fucking hot nurse’ loading syringe with COVID-19 vaccine

David Wildstein, New Jersey Globe: “Newspaper declines comment on misogynistic, offensive photo caption

Paul D’Ambrosio, Asbury Park Press: “From the editor: Our apology for offensive photo caption

Alexis Beneveniste, CNN: “Connie Chung: The media is miserably late covering anti-Asian violence

Julia Barajas, Los Angeles Times: “Meghan McCain apologizes for previously backing Trump’s anti-Asian rhetoric

Teen Vogue Editor Resigns

Katie Robertson, New York Times: “Teen Vogue editor resigns over racist tweets

Kerry Flynn, CNN: “Teen Vogue’s new editor out of a job after backlash over old tweets

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Teen Vogue editor-in-chief leaves job before she even starts

Alegra Frank, Slate: “What Condé Nast doesn’t understand about Teen Vogue

Elizabeth Spiers, My New Band Is: “My new band is: Teenage Mistake

Aleksander Chan, Discourse Blog: “The ‘Teen Vogue’ mess is what happens when bosses don’t listen

What are NFT's?

Samanth Subramanian & David Yanofsky, Quartz: “This article is on sale as an NFT

Julia La Roche, Yahoo Finance: “TIME Magazine to auction 3 covers as NFTs; eyes crypto payments for subscriptions

Staff, TIME Magazine: “TIME releases 3 special edition NFT Magazine covers for auction

New NFL broadcast contracts

Frank Pallotta, CNN: “NFL signs more than $100 billion in media and gives Amazon exclusive games

Ben Strauss, Washington Post: “What the NFL’s new TV deal means for the league, and networks