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Views of the News Preview: Live reporting from the Trump trial

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John Koblin, New York Times: “Networks covering Trump’s trial are forced to get creative

Cameron Joseph, Columbia Journalism Review: “A camera-free courtroom gives Trump the upper hand

Will Sommer, Washington Post: “Are some reporters putting Trump jurors at risk?"
Amber Ferguson, Washington Post: “A history of CNN’s Laura Coates, who calmly narrated a self-immolation

Charlie Smart, New York Times: “Where jurors in Trump hush-money trial say they get their news


Remembering Terry Anderson
Reuters: “U.S. journalist Terry Anderson, held hostage in Lebanon in 1980s, dies

Tom Jones, Poynter: “Opinion | Remembering Terry Anderson, AP reporter once held captive for 6 years

Sam Roberts, New York Times: “Terry Anderson, reporter held hostage for six years, dies at 76

National Press Club statement on Terry Anderson


NPR editor resigns
Uri Berliner, The Free Press: “I’ve been at NPR for 25 years. Here’s how we lost America’s trust.

Margaret Sullivan, The Guardian: “NPR needs a serious critique not a politically charged parting shot

Elahe Izadi, Washington Post: “Turmoil at NPR after editor rips network for political bias

Erik Wemple, Washington Post: “Opinion | Here’s why Uri Berliner couldn’t stay at NPR

David Bauder, AP: “NPR Editor who wrote critical essay on company resigns after being suspended

Brian Flood, Fox News: “Former NPR executive praises whistleblower for exposing liberal bias: ‘He’s identified a real problem’

Jon Passantino & Oliver Darcy, CNN: “NPR suspends editor who claimed left-wing bias at outlet had ‘lost America’s trust’

David Folkenflik, NPR: “NPR suspends veteran editor as it grapples with his public criticism

Benjamin Mullin, New York Times: “NPR C.E.O. faces criticism over tweets supporting progressive cases

Kansas students fight AI surveillance
Cuyler Dunn, The Lawrence Times: “Lawrence journalism students convince district to reverse course on AI surveillance they say violates freedom of the press

Sherman Smith, Kansas Reflector: “’Unapologetically loud’: How student journalists fought a Kansas district over spyware and won

 Journalism on screen
Adrian Horton, The Guardian: “From Scoop to Civil War: why is it so hard to portray journalism on screen?


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