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Views of the News Preview: Journalists killed in Ukraine

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KBIA / Reynolds Journalism Institute
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As we move into the fourth week of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, the journalism community mourns two of its own, killed while covering the conflict.

Michael Schwirtz, New York Times: “Brent Renaud, an American journalist, is killed in Ukraine.

Paulina Villegas, Brittany Shammas and Isabelle Khurshudyan, Washington Post: “U.S. journalist killed in Ukraine was known for his ‘innate humanity and empathy’

Stefan Becket, CBS News: “American journalist Brent Renaud shot and killed by Russian forces in Ukraine

Joshua Benton, Nieman Lab: “Celebrating the life and work of Brent Renaud, the filmmaker and Nieman Fellow killed in Ukraine

Time Staff: “A statement from TIME on the death of journalist Brent Renaud

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “Brent Renaud, Yevhenii Sakun, and the grave dangers of the ground in Ukraine

Danielle Wallace and Greg Norman, Fox News: “Fox News cameraman Pierre Zakrezewski killed in Ukraine

Micael Ruiz, Fox News: “Fox News journalist Benjamin Hall injured covering Ukraine war

Alex Weprin, The Hollywood Reporter: “Fox News correspondent Benjamin Hall injured in Ukraine

Danika Fears, The Daily Beast: “Brave protestor crashes Russian state TV broadcast with anti-war message

Anton Troianovksi, New York Times: “A protester storms a live broadcast on Russia’s most-watched news show, yelling ‘Stop the war!’

Cecilia Kang, New York Times: “What it was like to work for Russian state television

David Corn, Mother Jones: “Leaked Kremlin memo to Russian media: It is ‘essential’ to feature Tucker Carlson

Martin Pengelly, The Guardian: “Kremlin memos urged Russian media to use Tucker Carlson clips – report

Michael Tomasky, The New Republic: “Tucker Carlson has a crazy new conspiracy theory about U.S. bioweapons in Ukraine

Sarah Scire, Nieman Lab: “More than $4 million has been raised for independent Ukrainian media. Here’s where it’s going.

Ethan Shanfied, Variety: “Broadcasters must disclose foreign government-sponsored programming, per FCC rule

Erickson’s release date

Brian Hauswirth, 93.9 The Eagle: “Update: Charles Erickson to be released from a Missouri prison in January

Matt Sanders, KMIZ: “Erickson, who confessed to Columbia murder, to be paroled in January

Natural hair on air

Amaris Castillo, Poynter: “For Black women journalists, wearing #NaturalHairOnAir is a point of pride and resistance

Associated Press: “Missouri House votes to ban hair discrimination in schools

Senate Bill No. 994 | House Bill No. 2373

Brady’s Return

Andrew Beaton, Wall Street Journal: “The football-sized clues that Tom Brady was never really retired

Chris Cillizza, CNN: “How politics perfectly explains Tom Brady’s un-retirement

Madeline Coleman, Sports Illustrated: “Tom Brady has reportedly been staying in shape ‘in case’ he wants to return

Peter Weber, The Week: “Late night hosts joke about Tom Brady’s quick un-retirement, Russia’s desperate China aid plea

Terry Zeller, Hollywood Life: “Tom Brady, 44, may not retire after all: interested in joining a potential Super Bowl team

ESPN Staff: “How to watch the Tom Brady documentary series ‘Man in the Arena’ on ESPN+

AMY SIMONS teaches news literacy, multimedia journalism and advanced social media strategies.