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CBC.ca
Slow death of daily White House briefing latest battle in Trump vs. the mediaSend the interns. That's the advice media critic and NYU journalism professor
CBC.ca / Posted 21 days ago
Send the interns. That's the advice media critic and NYU journalism professor Jay Rosen gives Washington journalists on his blog, PressThink, when it comes to the daily White House press briefing. "Forget the briefing," he writes. "It is already... Read more
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Bay News 9 Tampa Bay
'Dark Overlord' hacks Tampa Bay Surgery Centerbuoy data. Update your app today. “We want our patients to know that we take t
Bay News 9 Tampa Bay / Posted 24 days ago
buoy data. Update your app today. “We want our patients to know that we take this incident very seriously,” said Dr. Jay Rosen, chief executive of the facility. “As soon as we learned this occurred, we immediately launched an investigation... Read more
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Philly.com
Democracy dies in darkness, so please turn on the freakin' camera lights!and that the journalism we’ll remember from the Trump era will be shoe-leather
Philly.com / Posted 27 days ago
and that the journalism we’ll remember from the Trump era will be shoe-leather investigative reporting; the media critic Jay Rosen is right when he says the White House briefings should be covered by interns. But there are still principles of... Read more
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Philly.com
Trump won, and Amy Siskind started a list of changes. Now it's a sensationintelligence briefings in favor of Fox & Friends. "We forget all the things we
Philly.com / Posted 27 days ago
intelligence briefings in favor of Fox & Friends. "We forget all the things we should be outraged about," Siskind said. Jay Rosen, a New York University journalism professor and author of the PressThink blog, called Siskind's efforts "a service... Read more
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NBC 2 Fort Myers
Why are these White House briefings heard but not seen?be no or even fewer briefings. It should be better briefings," he wrote. New Y
NBC 2 Fort Myers / Posted a month ago
be no or even fewer briefings. It should be better briefings," he wrote. New York University journalism professor Jay Rosen said he disagreed with Kirby's assertion that the administration is hurting itself by avoiding questions from... Read more

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