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Despite approval from faculty and the tenure committee, the Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist will be the first Knight Chair professor at the university to be denied tenure by the board of trustees.
Among the grantees: The American Journalism Project gets $20 million, Reporters Committee for Freedom of the Press gets $10 million, and The News Literacy Project gets $5 million. And there’s more, lots more.
“The persistence of so many easily identified abusive accounts is difficult to square with any effective crackdown.”
Plus: Facebook fights fake news in Mexico ahead of the election, and a large majority of Republicans believe that social media platforms are censoring some political views.
Plus: Facebook expands its fact-checking program; for one thing, it now covers photos and video.
Plus: Problems with the First Amendment, fact-checking the fact-checkers, and how partisan newspapers’ circulations change depending on who’s in power.
In many smaller markets, it’s local TV stations’ websites — not newspapers’ sites! — that are the dominant digital local news source.
“Se não o vir nas redes sociais, não vou ouvir falar disso.”