Georgia ramble turns exposé

Posted: June 13, 2011

Ira Glass didn’t know what he was in for when he walked into the post office in the seaside burg of Brunswick, Ga., and asked the first person he met to name the most interesting character in town. Glass and … Continue reading

Radio joins local probes, ruffles local feathers

Posted: May 16, 2011

WLRN Radio and the Miami Herald have been collaborating on multiplatform news production for eight years, but the investigative-reporting package that they published this month, “Neglected to Death,” took their partnership to a new level. The package of radio reports … Continue reading

Panel to NPR: Rein in punditizing

Posted: March 7, 2011

NPR should have its journalists phase out any long-term contracts for appearances on other media outlets, monitor those appearances more carefully and make clearer distinctions between reporting, analysis and commentary in its programming, the network’s ethics-policy task force advised Feb. … Continue reading

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