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Views of the News Preview: Covering the death of Queen Elizabeth

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KBIA / Reynolds Journalism Institute
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The eyes of the world are on the United Kingdom, where mourners pay their respects to Queen Elizabeth II, and watch the reign of King Charles III take shape.

BBC: “King Charles III, the new monarch

Mark Sweney, The Guardian: “Media firms introduce advertising blackouts to respect late Queen

Kristen Hare, Poynter: “Queen Elizabeth’s life and death on front pages around the world

David Zurawik, CNN: “How the world learned about Queen Elizabeth’s death

Dominic Ponsford, Press Gazette: “UK national newspapers pay tribute to the Queen with 426 pages of coverage

Amanda Meade, The Guardian: “’Everything kicked into gear’: how Australia’s media covered the Queen’s death

Paul Linford, Hold the Front Page: “NUJ calls off three-day strike in the wake of Queen’s death

Angela Fu, Poynter: “AP style tips for covering the British royal family

Jim Waterson, The Guardian: “Death of Elizabeth II leaves BBC with tricking balancing act

Jim Waterson, The Guardian: “BBC receives relatively few complaints over coverage of Queen’s death

Nick Duffy, iNews: “Sky News issues apology after confusing protest over killing of Chris Kaba for Queen mourners

Nadine White, The Independent: “The Voice calls for royals to apologise for slavery after Prince Charles editorship backlash

Bernard Shaw (1940-2022)
Veronica Stracqualursi, CNN: “CNN anchor Bernard Shaw dead at 82

Associated Press: “Bernard Shaw, CNN’s first chief anchor, dies at 82

K. Stewart, NABJ: “NABJ mourns the loss of Bernard Shaw, founding Chief CNN Anchor

Richard Sandomir, New York Times: “Bernard Shaw, CNN’s lead anchor for 20 years, dies at 82

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Remembering Bernard Shaw, CNN’s first chief anchor and a media icon

Richard Prince, Journal-isms: “’I believe in asking tough questions’ Even of the industry

Richard Prince, Jouranl-isms: “Bernard Shaw issues a warning” (Sept. 2011)

Reporting in Las Vegas

Katelyn Newberg, Las Vegas Review Journal: “Criminal complaint accuses Robert Telles of ‘lying in wait’ for reporter

Las Vegas Review Journal: “Reporter’s killing renews concerns about attacks on journalists

Nicholas Bogel-Burroughs & Mike Baker, New York Times: “A slain reporter, a city of sin and a politician charged with murder

David Propper, New York Post: “Las Vegas official accused of killing reporter will remain in office and get paid

Corbin Bolies, The Daily Beast: “How murdered journalist Jeff German’s colleagues hunted down his alleged killer

Jon Allsop, Columbia Journalism Review: “The killing of Jeff German

Michel Martin, NPR: “Although the killing of journalists is rare in the U.S., threats of doing so are not

Recording in Arizona
Miguel Torres, Arizona Republic: “Federal judge halts Arizona ban on filming police within 8 feet

CPS Public Comment Policy
Leila Mitchell, KMIZ: “Columbia Board of Education approves updated public speaking policy

Marta Mieze & Maggie Trovato, Columbia Missourian: “Columbia School Board passes new public comment policy

Ethan Becker, KOMU-TV: “Columbia school board passes policy to limit public comment

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