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As the Christchurch massacre trial begins, New Zealand news orgs vow to keep white supremacist ideology out of their coverage
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July 19, 2011, 6 p.m.

Links on Twitter: Internet users trust more, Time introduces iPad access to subscribers and accusations of US phone hacking

An American PR group is accusing a reporter of phone hacking its conference calls http://nie.mn/quEdT9»

News Challenge winner OpenCourt balances a victim’s privacy with the 1st Amendment http://nie.mn/pvVO3E »

Time magazine is the latest to include iPad access in the print subscription http://nie.mn/p0RXn0 »

The “Page One” filmmakers interviewed author Sarah Ellison on the mind of Murdoch http://nie.mn/pj4DjT »

Esquire’s Chris Jones with the latest installment of “Why’s this so good?” over at @niemanstory http://nie.mn/r6EkKZ »

MT @Poynter: Your 5-minute guide to News Corp. phone hacking scandal: http://nie.mn/oVmaQH »

Seven days of work with just a Chromebook: “It was the best of devices; it was the worst of devices” http://nie.mn/rrLtnV »

The Murdochs are before Parliament now http://nie.mn/pJAofx »

Interesting dive into Pew’s study on social media: Internet users are much more trusting. http://nie.mn/o75MhD via @mathewi »

@joshuatopolsky‘s next project is called The Verge: http://nie.mn/pFkcjB »

 
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As the Christchurch massacre trial begins, New Zealand news orgs vow to keep white supremacist ideology out of their coverage
“We’re going to do our job — we won’t chill our coverage in any way — but we’re not going to spread hate or misinformation.”
Populists prefer television to online news — but are sticking to Facebook as others leave
“In the U.S., though there are some outlets with populist audiences — such as Fox and HuffPost — it is clear that the majority of outlets have audiences that are predominately non-populist left, such as The New York Times.”
Investigative Network aims to bring more documentary video to local TV (but it’ll need funding first)
“What I’ve seen with most nonprofits is they’re driven by former print people who have transitioned to digital. I can’t tell you how many times I see a digital story and think it would have been a good 10-minute, 15-minute, hour-long documentary piece.”