As the response to COVID-19 continues, many are questioning the way press covers the Task Force Briefings. Is it time to put the President in timeout?
As a new Congress takes office, TN media is looking at the legacy of Bob Corker. A recent article looked at the “legacy of bipartisanship” the former Senator left. Was he really as bipartisan as people think? and if not, what does bipartisanship really look like?
Threats against journalists are at an all time high, thanks to a President who sees them as the enemy. So how can the media cover THIS President in THIS environment? Here are some of my ideas
The Commercial Appeal laid off 16 staffers yesterday, 12 from the newsroom. Gannett says this is the newsroom of the future. That’s not what it looks like.
From Twitter wars to “alternative facts” this administration seems like they’ll do anything to prop up the ego of their supreme leader.
Its funny how just a few words, reported without a whole lot of context, can drive perceptions about a news story. Such is the case in the coverage of former Memphis Mayor Herenton’s speech at Mayor Strickland’s prayer breakfast last weekend.