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Views of the News Preview: How Did They All Get It Wrong?

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The Washington Post, New York Times and NBC News all retracted false claims reported about Rudy Giuliani. How do three of the nation’s most reputable news organizations all make the same mistake? 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.

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

Ian Millhiser, Vox: “The Supreme Court’s ‘cursing cheerleader’ case could reshape students’ First Amendment rights

WaPo’s message to employees

Andrew Beaujon, Washingtonian: “Washington Post employees can’t take a public stance on statehood

Responses on Twitter: Wesley Lowery | Max Tani | Gabe Schneider

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

Josh Conway, KSMU: “Springfield High School teachers, classmates remember KCUR reporter Aviva Okeson-Haberman

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