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Views of the News Preview: Tucker Carlson tells podcaster 'I lie'

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Fox News host Tucker Carlson admitted to a podcaster he sometimes lies to audiences, but not the way others do. What’s the basis for his claim that it’s not really deceptive?

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Tucker Carlson confirms it: ‘I lie’

David Moye, HuffPost: “Tucker Carlson admits he sometimes lies on his show

Fox buys TMZ

Alex Weprin, The Hollywood Reporter: “Fox buys TMZ in deal valued at less than $50M

Kerry Flynn, CNN: “TMZ sold to Fox Entertainment

Joe Flint, Wall Street Journal: “Fox acquires celebrity news specialist TMZ from AT&T’s WarnerMedia

Alexandra Steigrad, New York Post: “Fox buys celebrity news and gossip site TMZ from AT&T’s WarnerMedia

Cynthia Littleton, Variety: “Fox Corp. acquires TMZ in $50 million deal, expanding digital news operations

Katie Robertson & Edmund Lee, New York Times: “Fox buys TMZ from WarnerMedia, deepening its ties with the gossip brand.

9/11 and newsroom technology

Associated Press: “On TV, 9/11 was last huge story for ‘Big 3’ network anchors

Paul Farhi, Washington Post: “The ‘crawl’ fed our need for constant new on 9/11. It never went away.

Clare Duffy & Kerry Flynn, CNN: “Some of the most iconic 9/11 news coverage is lost. Blame Adobe Flash

Members of the media as political candidates

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “When members of the media run for office

Jack Shafer, Slate: “When journalists repackage themselves as politicians” (2010)

Rachel Monahan, Willamette Week: “New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristif is exploring a run for Oregon governor

Christopher Cadelago & Zach Montellaro, POLITICO: “Nicholas Kristof starts reaching out to staff for Oregon run

Ross Barkan, Columbia Journalism Review: “Switching sides

Where the reporting went wrong

Mathew Ingram, Columbia Journalism Review: “How a story about ivermectin and hospital beds went wrong

Katelyn Ogle, KFOR-TV: “Patients overdosing on ivermectin backing up rural Oklahoma hospitals, ambulances

Robby Soave, Reason: “The media fell for a viral hoax about ivermectin overdoses straining rural hospitals

Storme Jones, KOTV-TV: “Oklahoma doctor at center of viral ivermectin story says report is wrong

Peter Wade, Rolling Stone: “One hospital denies Oklahoma doctor’s story of ivermectin doses causing ER delays for gunshot victims

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion: Bogus Oklahoma ivermectin story was just too good to check

Remote Jobs Lead to Diverse Hiring

Sara Guaglione, Digiday: “Why publishers say opening up remote hiring has grown and greatly improved the applicant pool

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AMY SIMONS teaches multi-platform reporting and editing to students in the convergence journalism interest area.