“Basic Mistakes” Cited In Media Coverage Of Shootings, Police Brutality

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In a broad review of media coverage this year, the Columbia Journalism Review includes nominations in criminal justice reporting for both its best and worst categories. “Breaking coverage after mass shootings and police brutality” was cited for poor reporting. Granting that these topics are difficult “for national journalists parachuting in,” the review concludes that “media
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