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Views of the News Preview: Outfoxing Fox News

Nov 17, 2020

Has Fox News been outfoxed by competition that's even more partisan? 

Tina Nguyen, POLITICO: “Trump’s media favorites battle for the Trump trophy

Sara Fischer & Mike Allen, Axios: “The race to out-Fox Fox News

Brian Stelter, CNN: “The Trump-Fox News relationship is coming to a head. Here’s what might be coming next

Daisuke Wakabayashi, New York Times: “Fox News’s ‘partisan right’ audience on YouTube is dropping, researchers say

Matt Gertz, Media Matters for America: “Fox News led Trump to ruin. The network will still control the GOP

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “Analysis: Fox News’ rivals are using the network’s own dishonest tactics against it

Alexis Benveniste, CNN: “Fox News has never seen competition like this

The rise of Parler

Mike Isaac and Kellen Browning, New York Times: “Fact-checked on Facebook and Twitter, conservatives switch their apps

Dwight Silverman, Houston Chronicle: “5 things to know about Parler, the right-wing-friendly social network

Shannon Bond, NPR: “Conservatives flock to Mercer-funded Parler, claim censorship on Facebook and Twitter

Caleb Ecarma, Vanity Fair: “Parler is becoming the right’s safe space for election denial

Alexis Benvensite & Kaya Yurieff, CNN: “Meet Rebecca Mercer, the deep-pocketed co-founder of Parler, a controversial conservative social network

Kaya Yurieff, CNN: “Conservatives find home on social media platforms rife with misinformation

Laura Romero, ABC News: “’Free speech’ social media platform Parler is a hit among Trump supporters, but experts say it won’t last

Power in The Shade Room

Hanna’ Tameez, Nieman Lab: “How The Shade Room harnessed its massive community to register people to vote

Covering COVID in American jails, prisons

Al Tompkins, Poytner: “Jails and prisons are superspreaders that need journalistic attention during the pandemic

Cid Standifer & Frances Stead Sellers, Washington Post: “Prisons and jails have become a ‘public health threat’ during the pandemic, advocates say

The Marshall Project: “A state-by-state look at coronavirus in prisons

The Marshall Project: “How prisons in each state are restricting visits due to coronavirus

Not dead yet

Aurelien Breeden, New York Times: “Not dead yet: News site mistakenly runs dozens of V.I.P obituaries