What can we learn when a newspaper folds? Especially if it’s part of a valuable local news ecosystem?
Journalists traffic in the currency of credibility. What are we to make of this if even the most basic news reports are cast off as irreconcilably subjective, biased and untrustworthy?
The story isn’t about me; it’s about others. It’s about serving others. If I have any gift or talent to do this job, it’s only because of God’s glory and generosity.
A recent Chronicle of Higher Education survey of daily news email subscribers (i.e., e-subscribers), sparked my curiosity as to the prevalence of daily e-subscribers among those connected to the Emerging Scholars Network. [poll id=”13″] If so …
Here’s the top five articles, books, websites, etc., that we’ve been reading or thinking about the past week. Let us know your thoughts on any/all of them. In addition, if you have items you’d like us to consider for the top five, add them in the comments or send them to Tom or Mike. 1. Have […]