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“We are not doing a good job with having a diverse angle of coverage, which is different from diversifying the actual staff.”
“This is the beginning of the reporting on this for our newsroom. We are being transparent about what we know and what we don’t know and what we need help with.”
“We’ve noticed a lot of people paying attention to immigration coverage who didn’t report it before, and there’s been a broadening of who’s covering it.”
Language barriers make cross-border work tricky, but for complex multinational topics, it can one of the only ways to get the true measure of a story.
MIT’s Comparative Media Studies graduate theses critique how hacking is portrayed in the media, whether new media demands new criticism, and how a YouTube policy influenced the writing of comedy and drama.
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