Inspired by physician-reporter partnerships used by major news organizations, the Jandoli Institute has launched a hybrid journalism project in which professors from different disciplines will partner with faculty from the Jandoli School of Communication to develop and produce news stories…. Read More ›
Jeff Zucker resigned as president of CNN Worldwide on Feb. 2, 2022, acknowledging that he did not disclose a consensual relationship he had with another CNN employee when the relationship began. The announcement of his resignation sent shockwaves through the… Read More ›
Words can seduce us into unbelievable confirmation bias.
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By Richard Lee Last week, CNN reported that Dr. Rochelle Walensky, director of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, has been receiving media training from Mandy Grunwald, a political consultant and media advisor. Outside of the political and media… Read More ›
By Conor Quinn Voters in the City of Buffalo expressed their priorities earlier this year regarding what they wanted the candidates of the elections to potentially focus on. Top issues included crime, housing and police reform. These issues polled 26%,… Read More ›
By Kristen Kessler As a young voter, issues that affect me are unemployment and the cost of college. The media should cover these issues, so they are acknowledged and do not get worse. An article by Mises Institute says, in… Read More ›
By Patrick Scott With the rise of the internet and new forms of media outlets, there has been shift in the importance of media outlets from which voters get information. Voters have shifted away from traditional media outlets, and thus… Read More ›
By Sarah Sefried FAIR, standing for Fairness and Accuracy In Reporting, published an article stating that The Buffalo News contributed to incumbent Byron Brown’s mayoral win over India Walton. The organization’s main critique was that the hometown paper used a… Read More ›