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When Photoshopped royal PR meets journalistic standards, something’s got to break. (And for the record, that isn’t a real photo of Kate Middleton mixin’ pixels on an IBM PCjr.)
“While you’re less at the whim of the algorithm, it’s still social media.”
One new AP Stylebook entry cautions journalists to avoid “language that attributes human characteristics to these systems.”
Many mass killings receive relatively little news coverage in the U.S.
From high school to the pros, the games that filled sports sections have nearly all been called off. “We don’t have a guidebook on how to cover sports when sports aren’t being played.”
It’s the latest blow to national wire services around the world — the little-noticed backbone of much of the reporting seen across media.
“On most days of the week, I’m competing with them.” But when the situation’s right, local news outlets are using one another to augment their own resources.
“We’re living in an age of journalism where people want to help each other and are prioritizing collaboration over competition. We want to seize on that in a way that ensures no matter who is in the newsroom there’s still a mechanism for them to use this.”