“60 Minutes” use of graphic lynching photos proper and necessary

The decision by "60 Minutes" to air controversial photos of public lynchings in Alabama was indeed a bold one. However, it's backed by simple tenets of responsible journalism and the necessity of facts. At the core of every story is simple truth. The facts. Unabashed, without favor and without reserve. The truth will indeed set [...]

“60 Minutes” use of graphic lynching photos proper and necessary 2018-04-27T20:30:10+00:00

ABC News, Brian Ross, and the Necessity of a Media Strategy

The mistake made by Brian Ross and ABC News in their recent reporting on the Michael Flynn case is, in a journalistic sense, unforgivable. It was avoidable, rushed, and casts a long shadow on the entire ABC News effort that will take time and effort to escape.   Mistakes are, of course, a human frailty. [...]

ABC News, Brian Ross, and the Necessity of a Media Strategy 2018-01-01T01:16:44+00:00