When this year’s Pulitzer Prizes were announced last week, they confirmed some fascinating and important realities about the future of media in a fast-paced, digital-first environment. (1 reader comment)
U.S. college students value freedom of speech, but many distrust the press and feel restrictions should be applied to certain forms of speech on campus, according to a March survey that gauged how U.S. college students interpret rights granted by the First Amendment.
Not only did the media fail to predict the rise of Donald Trump, it encouraged and rewarded a political climate where salacious content got the most attention, where the most divisive candidates wrote the headlines and those who preferred to talk issues were ignored.
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