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Poynter Power Rankings: Who influenced the media this week? Donald Trump, cable news anchors and mor
Here are my Poynter Power Rankings: a look at those people, places and things that ad a big impact on the media. They were the movers, shakers and influencers of the week. Donald Trump Lets see, we have Mark Zuckerberg, Jack Dorsey and … Donald Trump? Saying he would “stand up to the tyranny of […] The post Poynter Power Rankings: Who influenced the media this week? Donald Trump, cable news anchors and more. appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Friday, October 22, 2021 6:30:00 AM


Here are 5 pieces of advice I commonly give during media mentoring sessions
For the past few years, Ive been volunteering my time as a mentor for students, recent college grads and young journalists (shout out to Journalism Mentors). Ive done dozens of mentoring sessions with people all around the country — and world! — trying to impart what wisdom I have been able to glean from my […] The post Here are 5 pieces of advice I commonly give during media mentoring sessions appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Friday, October 22, 2021 6:15:49 AM


Who wants to be a cop?
Lane DeGregory and John Pendygraft of the Tampa Bay Times talk about spending six months at a police academy. They were curious, in the wake of 2020 protests, who would be drawn to policing and what are they are being taught. You can read the eight-part series here: tampabay.com/newrecruits. Listen to the podcast: Find other episodes at poynter.org/writelane. The post Who wants to be a cop? appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Friday, October 22, 2021 5:45:45 AM


People born under the zodiac sign of Leo are most vaccinated
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. I do not understand the whole zodiac thing. I didnt understand it in the 70s and I […] The post People born under the zodiac sign of Leo are most vaccinated appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Friday, October 22, 2021 5:00:54 AM


A Facebook video claims a media blackout. But check the news. Its still up and running.
“Shocking news!” says the title of a nearly 13-minute video on Facebook. “Mass media destroyed! Blackout for mass arrests event!” But the video offers no evidence of the aforementioned shocking news. A woman can be heard reading what she calls a “report” as photos of cities and people are shown. She discusses shipping disruptions and the […] The post A Facebook video claims a media blackout. But check the news. It’s still up and running. appear...
Poynter Institute at Friday, October 22, 2021 4:55:40 AM


Bally Sports Names Kendall Burgess Technical Operations VP
Bally Sports, a division of Sinclair Broadcast Group, today promoted Kendall Burgess to vice president of technical operations for the regional sports networks (RSNs). He will report to Mike Connelly, executive vice president, production, Bally Sports, and will oversee technical operations for live events and original programming across the companys 19 RSNs. “Kendall has developed […] The post Bally Sports Names Kendall Burgess Technical Operations VP appeared first on TV News Check ...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 2:21:45 PM


iSpot.tv Hires Media Measurement Vet Vijoy Gopalakrishnan As Chief Research Officer
iSpot.tv, the real-time platform for measuring the business and brand impact of TV advertising, has named Vijoy Gopalakrishnan chief research officer. With almost 20 years of experience in TV ad measurement, research and analytics, Gopalakrishnan brings to iSpot “deep knowledge of both qualitative and quantitative media and brand measurement,” the company said. The measurement veteran joins […] The post iSpot.tv Hires Media Measurement Vet Vijoy Gopalakrishnan As Chief Research Officer ...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 2:15:25 PM


How Finlands Helsingin Sanomat has built digital success through “diamonds” in the rough
This years Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalisms 2021 Digital News Report revealed an interesting tidbit about Finland. Twenty percent of Finlands 5.6 million people subscribes to a news publication. Of that 20 percent, 48% subscribe to Helsingin Sanomat, Finlands newspaper of record and the only national subscription newspaper in the country. The Reuters Institute also...
Nieman Labs at Thursday, October 21, 2021 1:08:55 PM


SDVI & TMT Insights Partner On Media Supply Chain Platform
SDVI, a platform provider for cloud-native media supply chains, released a new Rally platform deployment partnership with TMT Insights, a professional services and software development company with strong expertise in digital supply chain implementation for Fortune 500 companies. The partnership leverages the implementation and professional services expertise of TMT Insights to accelerate integration and deployment […] The post SDVI & TMT Insights Partner On Media Supply Chain Platf...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 10:15:01 AM


ASG Partners With Ross Video For Real-Time Graphics Creation Within Virtual Production Control Room
Advanced Systems Group (ASG), a solutions provider for media creatives and content owners, today announced it has partnered with Ross Video to provide real-time motion graphics for ASGs new Virtual Production Control Room (VPCR). Ross Videos XPression real-time motion graphics generation system integrates seamlessly within the VPCR remote production service, ASG says. With the XPression graphics platform, users can produce […] The post ASG Partners With Ross Video For Real-Time Graphi...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 10:09:37 AM


Avid Adds Sony & TVU Networks To IP Content Sources For Live TV Content Workflows
Avid has introduced out interoperability of Sony and TVU Networks IP-connected devices with MediaCentral | Stream to dramatically expand the pool of journalists, producers and other production resources who can contribute live streams from anywhere for news and remote live production workflows. MediaCentral | Stream is a rapidly deployed, software-only solution that immediately opens the MediaCentral platform to contributions over IP from sources anywhere using any device. With MediaCe...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 10:02:40 AM


Blackbird Launches Core Video Technology Licensing Solution
Blackbird plc, the technology licensor, developer and seller of the cloud native video editing platform, Blackbird, has introduced its core technology licensing solution, “Powered by Blackbird,” to enable advanced cloud native functionality and drive major efficiencies for video companies. Conceived around the notion of delivering the ultimate in video efficiency and designed specifically for the browser environment, […] The post Blackbird Launches Core Video Technology Lice...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 9:53:45 AM


More mice, fewer breakthroughs: How to avoid bad headlines on stories about health and medical resea
Headlines usually are the first part of a news article people see — and, often, the only thing they read before sharing a story on social media. Thats why well-crafted headlines are critical. Incorrect, incomplete or misleading headlines spread misinformation. Bad headlines on stories about health and medical research can be especially harmful considering many people make...
Nieman Labs at Thursday, October 21, 2021 8:00:09 AM


How the ICIJ made sense of 11.9 million documents to publish the Pandora Papers
When a new investigation drops bearing the name of the International Consortium of Investigative Journalists, the world generally pays attention. The ICIJs sweeping projects have spanned continents and dealt with vast document sets with a scope so broad — in many cases, tens of millions of records — theyre hard to conceptualize. The nonprofits projects […] The post How the ICIJ made sense of 11.9 million documents to publish the Pandora Papers appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:45:00 AM


HBO Max & HBO Lose 1.8M U.S. Subscribers After Exit From Amazon Channels
HBO Max and HBO have a combined 45.2 million U.S. subscribers, AT&T revealed in its 3Q earnings report Thursday. Thats down from the 47 million combined subs the WarnerMedia parent company reported for its premium cable channel and streaming service at the end of 2Q, and a loss the company saw coming after removing the HBO subscription option from Amazon Channels. But globally, the services have topped 69 million customers. The post HBO Max & HBO Lose 1.8M U.S. Subscribers After Exit...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:38:33 AM


What will we call Facebook next? And will it change anything?
So, what do you think? FaceSpace? MyBook? BookFace? Squid Game? Facebook with a line through it? Like this: Facebook. Facebook is changing its name. But can it change its reputation? First, the big news. The Verges Alex Heath reported late Tuesday night that Facebook will change its name next week in a rebranding of the […] The post What will we call Facebook next? And will it change anything? appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:30:44 AM


John King talks about the mistake of keeping his multiple sclerosis diagnosis a secret
In Wednesdays newsletter, I wrote how CNNs John King revealed on air that he has multiple sclerosis. King joined CNNs “New Day” on Wednesday to talk about his illness, and said he had not planned on announcing it on air, but felt the need to when talking about the importance of people getting vaccinated against […] The post John King talks about the ‘mistake’ of keeping his multiple sclerosis diagnosis a secret appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:29:58 AM


How the 2020 election sparked a new kind of journalism
This article was co-published with Votebeat. One year ago this week, Americans anxiety and uncertainty about the 2020 election was already inching upward when Donald Trump propagated the lie that mail-ballot fraud could cost him his victory and as far-right media began a movement called Stop the Steal. Also one year ago, a group of […] The post How the 2020 election sparked a new kind of journalism appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, October 21, 2021 6:00:08 AM


CBS TV Stations Backs Reporter After ‘Horrific, Racist Comments’ By Conservative YouTube
CBS TV Stations boss Jennifer Mitchell is offering her and the companys “full support” to its KPIX San Francisco on-air reporter Betty Yu after an attack Wednesday by a conservative YouTube host. Just back online after a one-week suspension from the Google-owned platform for violating YouTubes hate speech policy in a tirade against the trans community, Steven Crowder used a segment on In-N-Out Burger shuttering its only Bay Area outlet over vaccination status requirement to mock and belittle Y...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 5:33:41 AM


How Rachel Maddow And Other TV Anchors Are Pivoting To Compete In The Streaming Wars
The job of the modern TV-news anchor may have less to do with TV as information junkies get their fixes and facts from a wider array of media venues. The days of watching a popular anchor like Dan Rather solely on a broadcast program like venerable CBS Evening News are quickly fading. The rise of streaming video has created new opportunities for journalists and the venues they fill with content. The post How Rachel Maddow And Other TV Anchors Are Pivoting To Compete In The Streaming Wars a...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 5:21:50 AM


FCC’s Inspector General Adds Social Media Accounts
The FCC has launched some new online touchpoints for complaints about waste, fraud and abuse to raise the profile of the Office of Inspector General. OIG is a small office with the big job of promoting efficient and effectiveness of FCC operations and investigating any complaints about its operations or programs, including being charged with monitoring for waste, fraud and abuse in the multi-billion dollar COVID-19-related relief programs. The post FCC’s Inspector General Adds Social Me...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 5:17:06 AM


FDA approves mixing vaccine brands for boosters
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration took a big leap toward making COVID-19 booster shots available to […] The post FDA approves mixing vaccine brands for boosters appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Thursday, October 21, 2021 5:00:35 AM


Amazon Fire TVs Local News App Now Covers 158 U.S. Cities
Amazons news app on Fire TV on Wednesday began expanding live and on-demand local news from 88 to 158 major cities across the U.S. The expansion includes cities like Charleston, S.C.; Wichita, Kan.; Tucson, Ariz.; Reno, Nev.; Raleigh-Durham, N.C.; Honolulu; and Lincoln, Neb., and will more than double the local stations available from 126 to 259. The expansion follows an initial 12-city launch last year and an expansion to 88 cities in March. The post Amazon Fire TVs Local News App Now Cove...
TV News Check at Thursday, October 21, 2021 4:58:39 AM


Hundreds Protest Outside Netflix HQ Amid Staff Walkout Over Dave Chappelle Special
Hundreds of protesters gathered Wednesday near Netflixs Hollywood headquarters to protest the streamers release of a Dave Chappelle comedy special featuring anti-transgender jokes. The rally, called “Stand Up in Solidarity” organized by trans activist Ashlee Marie Preston, began as an estimated 10% of Netflix employees in New York and Los Angeles staged a virtual walkout at noon local time in an extraordinarily public rebuke of the company. The post Hundreds Protest Outside Netflix HQ Ami...
TV News Check at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 2:08:57 PM


Pebble Continues 2021 Expansion With New Hires
Pebble, an automation, content management and integrated channel specialist, announced a range of new hires across its business. The new personnel include several new international members of the customer fulfilment team: Rafael Girotto, Evgeniy Groznykh and Jordan Toner have joined as customer fulfilment engineers. Girotto will work in the support department helping existing on-air customers and […] The post Pebble Continues 2021 Expansion With New Hires appeared first on TV News Che...
TV News Check at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 1:15:15 PM


New report shows news consumers may need publishers to label their content more clearly
Impartiality and objectivity are key ideals that the general public wants to see in media outlets, according to a new report from the Reuters Institute for the Study of Journalism and based on a survey by JV Consulting. The survey, which was based on focus groups, interviews, and diaries, was conducted with participants in four...
Nieman Labs at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 11:36:32 AM


From BFF to boss: How student journalists can manage their friends when theyre also the leader
The Lead is a weekly newsletter that provides resources and connections for student journalists in both college and high school. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every Wednesday morning during the school year. By Barbara Allen, Poynter Its one of the weirdest things that college journalists experience. One minute youre equals with your […] The post From BFF to boss: How student journalists can manage their friends when theyre also the leader appeared first on Poynter...
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 9:30:00 AM


Katie Couric speaks out about Matt Lauer, RBG controversy
Katie Courics memoir isnt even out yet, and it already has generated a ton of news and interest. On Tuesday, Couric returned to her old stomping grounds to talk about that book — “Going There,” due out Oct. 26 — and one of her most famous (now infamous) colleagues. Couric was on the “Today” show, […] The post Katie Couric speaks out about Matt Lauer, RBG controversy appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 6:30:36 AM


The biggest American newspaper thats still not adhering to GDPR
BERLIN — When European visitors go to an American newspaper website, they often play a little guessing game. “Which category will the site fall into?” they wonder … Will the site be so small that its publishers have never heard of the European Unions General Data Protection Regulation and continue to collect users data? Will […] The post The biggest American newspaper thats still not adhering to GDPR appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 6:15:37 AM


Encouraging sign or too eager? Germany may end pandemic emergency Nov. 25
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. German Health Minister Jens Spahn said while rules may remain in place for vaccinations and indoor gatherings, […] The post Encouraging sign or too eager? Germany may end pandemic emergency Nov. 25 appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 5:00:51 AM


What you need to know about the Supreme Courts shadow docket
Some of the most important moves by the Supreme Court in the past few years havent followed the traditional process of briefs, oral arguments, and private discussions among the justices to produce lengthy, heavily footnoted opinions. Some procedural actions by the justices have come to be known collectively as the “shadow docket” — and as […] The post What you need to know about the Supreme Courts shadow docket appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Wednesday, October 20, 2021 4:55:58 AM


Lauded “local news co-op” shuts down without warning, leaving its co-owners in the dark
Akron, Ohios “community-owned magazine,” The Devil Strip, gained attention for its unusual business model: It claimed to be the “first community-owned local news cooperative in the United States.” It was a model built on community trust — which made it extra-surprising when, on Monday, The Devil Strips staff announced on social media that the site had...
Nieman Labs at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 1:57:38 PM


“Think of it as a Kickstarter tote bag but much, much better”: Dirt, an entertainment newsletter, is
Writers Daisy Alioto and Kyle Chayka are known for their work on aesthetics and the internet: After its initial publisher fell through, Alioto self-published a longread essay entitled “What is Lifestyle?” looking at how we live has been affected by the internet; Chayka writes a weekly column for The New Yorker about digital culture. Sitting...
Nieman Labs at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 9:44:29 AM


Meghan McCain Tells All About ‘The View’
In the 25-year history of The View , Meghan McCain is one of the only co-hosts to leave on her own — without being fired. In her new memoir, Bad Republican , she decided that she had to leave The View on Jan. 5, her second day back from maternity leave. McCain had given birth to her daughter, Liberty, in September 2020, and she was suffering from severe postpartum anxiety. She experienced irrational fears that someone would kidnap or hurt her daughter, and she was terrified about being on TV...
TV News Check at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 9:21:01 AM


Covering Colin Powells death — and controversy generated by one Fox News personality
Colin Powell died Monday. He was the first Black U.S. secretary of state. He was the first Black national security adviser. He was a four-star general and the first Black chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff. His military and political career was both groundbreaking and hugely influential. All of those things should be remembered […] The post Covering Colin Powells death — and controversy generated by one Fox News personality appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 6:30:58 AM


The news industry needs to do more to make women feel supported, believed and safe
Its been almost 10 years since the publication of “No Womans Land: On the Frontlines with Female Reporters,” the first book dedicated to the safety of women journalists and one that has become a touchstone for conversations and advice about this subject. Almost a decade after I co-edited this book, our female colleagues still face […] The post The news industry needs to do more to make women feel supported, believed and safe appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 6:15:55 AM


Judge Sides With Amazon In Battle Over ‘Buy’ Button
Agreeing with Amazon, a federal judge has dismissed allegations that the company dupes consumers by claiming to sell online videos, but retaining the right to revoke access to the material. In a ruling issued Friday, U.S. Chief District Judge Kimberly Mueller in Sacramento said Fairfield, Calif., resident Amanda Caudel, the consumer who brought the case, couldn't proceed in federal court because she hadn't been injured by Amazon. The post Judge Sides With Amazon In Battle Over ‘Buy̵...
TV News Check at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 5:26:21 AM


Health care and political divisions are the top two issues on the minds of teens
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. If you had asked me the No. 1 and 2 issues on the minds of teens today, […] The post Health care and political divisions are the top two issues on the minds of teens appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 5:00:41 AM


WHO database is not proof that COVID-19 vaccines are harmful
While more than 6 billion doses of the COVID-19 vaccines have been administered to people across the globe, social media users continue to cite the number of reported adverse reactions to the vaccines to cast doubt on their safety. A video shared on Instagram claims millions of injuries connected to the COVID-19 vaccines have been reported to […] The post WHO database is not proof that COVID-19 vaccines are harmful appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Tuesday, October 19, 2021 4:55:47 AM


For Visual Journalists, Harassment Comes From All Sides
Of the 34 incidents of equipment damage captured in the U.S. Press Freedom Tracker database so far in 2021, at least 25 involved cameras or camera equipment; almost all of these followed harassment because the journalist was photographing or filming. In 2020, the Tracker documented more than 50 instances of damaged camera equipment. That doesnt include the number of cell phones damaged since tracking began, many of which are used by journalists to film. The post For Visual Journalists, Haras...
TV News Check at Monday, October 18, 2021 3:04:58 PM


Sony Pictures Entertainment To Sell GSN Games Division To Scopely For $1B
Sony Pictures Entertainment announced a deal to sell GSN Games, a division of Game Show Network, to mobile-games company Scopely for about $1 billion in cash and stock. GSN Gamess portfolio of free-to-play mobile and online games includes Solitaire TriPeaks, Bingo Bash and Wheel of Fortune Slots. Scopely will pay half the $1 billion purchase price in cash and the remainder in preferred equity, which will give SPE with a minority interest in Scopely. The post Sony Pictures Entertainment To Se...
TV News Check at Monday, October 18, 2021 2:01:19 PM


KASA Debuts Locally Produced Noticias Telemundo Nuevo México Newscasts
Beginning today, Telemundo Nuevo México — KASA Albuquerque, N.M. —  will deliver offer its Noticias Telemundo Nuevo México at 5 p.m. and 10 p.m. on weekdays. The launch of KASAs locally produced newscasts follows NBCUniversal Locals recent acquisition of KASA. With this acquisition, NBCUniversal Locals Telemundo station footprint expanded from 30 to 31 markets. Alejandro Contreras will anchor both newscasts. He will […] The post KASA Debuts Locally Produced Noticias Telemundo Nuevo ...
TV News Check at Monday, October 18, 2021 1:03:30 PM


Why Colin Powells death should not be framed as the death of a vaccinated person
Retired Gen. Colin Powell died Monday of COVID-19 complications at the age of 84. Powell was “fully vaccinated,” according to his family. But he was also immunocompromised because he was fighting a type of blood cancer. The death of this career public servant, soldier and diplomat points out how important it is for people who […] The post Why Colin Powells death should not be framed as the death of a vaccinated person appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Monday, October 18, 2021 11:15:24 AM


How A/B testing can (and cant) improve your headline writing
What makes a good headline? Over-the-top superlatives? Clever wordplay? Eye-popping numbers? Newsrooms grapple with this question on a daily basis. Headline writing is an art, a careful balance of both creatively informing the reader and also piquing their curiosity enough to click. But over the last few years headline writing has gotten a lot more...
Nieman Labs at Monday, October 18, 2021 8:00:03 AM


Threats, harassment and trolling — the scary part of being a journalist
On Jan. 6, as Trump supporters were storming the U.S. Capitol, a California man soon began sending texts and then, eventually, more texts and emails to politicians, journalists and others. He was convinced that Donald Trump won the election and was taking out his frustration on anyone who dared to report the fact that Trump, […] The post Threats, harassment and trolling — the scary part of being a journalist appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Monday, October 18, 2021 6:30:34 AM


On the 650,000 emails being investigated, nothing to see here, says NFL
A week ago today, Las Vegas Raiders football coach Jon Gruden resigned after it was discovered that he had sent multiple emails using racist, anti-gay and ??misogynistic language. The emails were among the 650,000 being investigated by the NFL regarding the workplace environment with the Washington Football Team. On Saturday, The Associated Press Barry Wilner […] The post On the 650,000 emails being investigated, nothing to see here, says NFL appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Monday, October 18, 2021 6:29:40 AM


Should the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have always been two doses?
Covering COVID-19 is a daily Poynter briefing of story ideas about the coronavirus and other timely topics for journalists, written by senior faculty Al Tompkins. Sign up here to have it delivered to your inbox every weekday morning. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and its ACIP advisory committee will turn their attention to […] The post Should the Johnson & Johnson vaccine have always been two doses? appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Monday, October 18, 2021 5:00:43 AM


The Pfizer vaccine does not contain living organisms that can germinate to cause sickness
A 17-minute video posted to Facebook shows a Swedish doctor claiming that the Pfizer vaccine contains particles that could germinate and cause illness in those who get vaccinated. The doctor is Erik Enby, whose medical license was revoked in 2007 after two cancer patients in his care died following his prescriptions of fungicides, herbs and vitamins, according to Swedish news reports. […] The post The Pfizer vaccine does not contain living organisms that can ‘germinate’ to c...
Poynter Institute at Monday, October 18, 2021 4:55:13 AM


From state/higher ed collaborations to HBCU fellowships, heres a short list of opportunities for yo
Im into looking for signs from the universe. A monarch butterfly flutters past. (“I should call my mom.”) The coffee cup slips from my hands into the sink. (“I must need more coffee.”) I stumble my way through a presentation? (“I must need more coffee.”) Apparently Im usually just looking for excuses to drink more […] The post From state/higher ed collaborations to HBCU fellowships, heres a short list of opportunities for your students — and for you appeared first on Poynter .
Poynter Institute at Sunday, October 17, 2021 7:30:38 AM


Law&Crime Network To Air Gavel-To-Gavel Coverage Of Trial In Shooting Death Of Ahmaud Arbery
Beginning on Monday, Oct. 18, legal and true crime network Law&Crime will provide gavel-to-gavel coverage of the trial of three men accused of murdering jogger Ahmaud Arbery. Live coverage will begin with jury selection and will continue until the ultimate verdict in what is expected to be a three-week trial. Attorney Brian Buckmire, who hosts […] The post Law&Crime Network To Air Gavel-To-Gavel Coverage Of Trial In Shooting Death Of Ahmaud Arbery appeared first on TV News Che...
TV News Check at Friday, October 15, 2021 2:08:19 PM


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