Views Preview: Covering the Approaching a 'Climate Catastrophe' | KBIA

Views Preview: Covering the Approaching a 'Climate Catastrophe'

Oct 9, 2018

If we don’t make some changes soon, we’re heading for ‘climate catastrophe.” That’s the message from a report from the United Nations this week. The headlines are hyperbolic, the reporting is there, but will it make people care?

Margaret Sullivan, Washington Post: “The planet is on a fast path to destruction. The media must cover this like it’s the only story that matters.

Juliet Eilperin, Brady Dennis & Chris Mooney, Washington Post: “Trump administration sees a 7-degree rise in global temperatures by 2100

Coral Davenport, New York Times: “Major climate report describes a strong risk of crisis as early as 2040

Matt McGrath, BBC: “Final call to save the world from ‘climate catastrophe’

Jonathan Watts, The Guardian: “We have 12 years to limit climate change catastrophe warns UN

FiveThirtyEight: “We can still do a lot to slow climate change. But will we?

Dylan Matthews, Vox: “Donald Trump has tweeted climate change skepticism 115 times. Here’s all of it.” (2017)

Who killed Khashoggi?

Erin Cunningham & Kareen Fahim, Washington Post: “Erdogan demands that Saudis prove missing journalist left their consulate alive

Peter Bergen, CNN: “The awful disappearance of Jamal Khashoggi

BBC: “Jamal Khashoggi: Turkey says journalist was murdered in Saudi consulate

Quint Forgey, POLITICO: “Pompeo calls on Saudi Arabia to investigate journalist’s disappearance

Bill Law, Al Jazeera America: “Jamal Khashoggi: A red line has been crossed

Erin Cunningham & Kareem Fahim, Washington Post: “Turkish president calls Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance ‘very, very upsetting’

David D. Kirkpatrick & Ben Hubbard, New York Times: “Jamal Khashoggi disappears, a mystery rattling the Middle East

Lina Khatib, The Guardian: “Jamal Khashoggi’s disappearance fits a brutal new pattern

MEE Staff, Middle East Eye: “’Deafening silence’: White House’s response to Khashoggi disappearance

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “Jamal Khashoggi, feared murdered, on press freedom in Saudi Arabia

Kareem Fahim, Washington Post: “Turkey concludes Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi killed by ‘murder’ team, sources say

Marinova killed in Bulgaria

Al Jazeera, “Journalist Viktoria Marinova raped and murdered in Bulgaria

James McAuley, Washington Post: “A Bulgarian journalist was raped and killed in a case that has shocked Europe

Radina Gigova & Bard Wilkinson, CNN: “Bulgarian journalist Viktoria Marinova raped and murdered

The Sofia Globe: “Vigils to be held for murdered Bulgarian television journalist

Marc Santora, New York Times: “Bulgarian journalist, host of anticorruption tv show, is beaten and killed

Teodora Barzakova, Associated Press: “Bulgaria radio says suspect arrested over journalist slaying

Kavanaugh Confirmation

Kyle Pope, Columbia Journalism Review: “Kavanaugh and the fallacy of cause and effect

Michael Gerson, Washington Post: “The media mishandled Kavanaugh – made Trump a winner

Craig Silverman, BuzzFeed: “Facebook’s hyperpartisan publishers are deepening divisions about Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation

Kelly Chen, Fox News: “Fox News host compares Brett Kavanaugh confirmation to crucifixion of Jesus Christ

Tamara Kerrill Field, Portland Press Herald, “Maine survivor: My rape story wasn’t enough to sway Susan Collins on Kavanaugh nomination

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “The Daily Caller offers beer to Kavanaugh protesters

Objectivity still matters

Salvador Hernandez, BuzzFeed: “A reporter who wore a MAGA hat while covering a Trump rally has been fired

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “New York Times stands by news story on Kavanaugh by opinionated writer

Oliver Darcy, CNN: “New York Times says it was a mistake to enlist writer who posted anti-Kavanaugh tweet to report on him

Amy DiPierro, Desert Sun: “News anchor Kris Long resigns after defending Kavanaugh from sexual assault allegations

Reed Richardson, Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting: “Maintaining media omerta

Reporting fights bullying

Echo Menges, Nemo News: “It took a lot of courage to tell, they are heroes

Anna Brett, Columbia Missourian: “As silence cloaks allegations of violent bullying in a tiny community, a news weekly fights back with facts

Pew: Newsroom employees earn less

Elizabeth Grieco, Pew Research Center: “Newsroom employees earn less than other college-educated workers in U.S.

Where America streams

Todd Spangler, Variety: “Walmart’s Vudu orders MGM shows for free, ad-supported video service

Nandita Bose, Reuters: “Walmart partners with MGM to boost video-on-demand service Vudu”                

Daniel Frankel, MultiChannel News: “Walmart partnering with MGM to boost Vudu with originals: report