Is “resistance journalism” about practices or power?

The editor of eCCO Magazine would like to draw readers’ attention to the article published by the Nieman Lab, by Joshua Benton. A new paper notes that discussions among reporters tend to focus on its “lack of verification” and “truth-bending.” But you can’t evaluate resistance without also looking at what it’s resisting.

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Secretary Antony J. Blinken

World Press Freedom Day

Statement by Secretary Antony J. Blinken: “Tomorrow, the United States joins the international community in celebrating World Press Freedom Day. Information and knowledge are powerful tools, and a free and independent press is the core institution connecting publics to the information they need to advocate for themselves, make informed decisions, and hold governmental officials accountable.  […]

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Ethics of the Radio-Televsion Digital News Association

Guiding Principles: Journalism’s obligation is to the public. Journalism places the public’s interests ahead of commercial, political and personal interests. Journalism empowers viewers, listeners and readers to make more informed decisions for themselves; it does not tell people what to believe or how to feel. Ethical decision-making should occur at every step of the journalistic […]

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Code of Ethics – National Press Photographers Association

National Press Photographers Association Code of Ethics PREAMBLE The National Press Photographers Association, a professional society that promotes the highest standards in visual journalism, acknowledges concern for every person’s need both to be fully informed about public events and to be recognized as part of the world in which we live. Visual journalists operate as […]

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