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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.)
“The press has often been light on contextual information and details about the images they use.” Ståle Grut
New research finds the visuals of heat-wave news coverage are more likely to put a positive spin on extreme heat than the articles themselves.
A bogus headline seems both more true and more familiar to people when it’s accompanied by a photo of any kind.
“How many photographs have crossed your screen today? Dozens? Hundreds? How many have you looked at? How many did you really see?”
The team that runs the Times’ Twitter accounts looked back on what they learned — what worked, what didn’t — from running @NYTimes in 2014.
Freelancers, photographers, and activists all have a harder time getting that laminated press badge than full-time, words-based employees at established news organizations, according to this survey of more than 1,300 journalists.
Plus: Developments in the DOJ’s seizure cases, The Washington Post unveils its pay plan, and the rest of the week’s media and tech news.
Also new in media and tech this week: The British press’ self-regulation agreement, the ethics of a haunting photo of impending death, and the Instagram/Twitter war.