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Bigotry or Dispute, Lessons of Dori Maynard, Grisly Gallery

3to5 Ethics Briefs On the afternoon of Tuesday, Feb. 10, Deah Barakat, 23, his wife, Yusor Abu-Salha, 23, and her sister Razan Abu-Salha, 21, were fatally shot in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. A neighbor of theirs, Craig Stephen Hicks, 46, surrendered to authorities. The victims were Muslim, and much has been made of whether this was the result of a parking dispute, as was reported, or also had elements of [&hellip

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UATV Wins Big at BEA

Lemke journalism students took 2nd place at the Broadcast Education Association Festival of Media Arts for student newscast. UATV students won for their work covering the tornadoes that devastated central Arkansas last year. Student Sarah Brown produced the show. Three student documentaries received honorable mentions: Tiffany King for “Paws in Prison;” Scott Ramsey, Kisa Clark for “Courageous Journey: The Story of Dr. Jocelyn Elders; and Daniel Henkel, Alyssa Becker for “Tapping the [&hellip

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Telegraph Wired Up, Photo Chop, Red Crossed, Ethics Podcast, Not Katy Perry, O’Reilly

3to5 Ethics Briefs A prominent English daily has been accused by a columnist of breaching the wall around news coverage, to placate advertisers, in particular the multinational bank HSBC, over which the writer resigned. Greg Levine writes in Al Jazeera America that “Peter Osborne, the chief political columnist for the conservative Daily Telegraph, Britain’s largest selling broadsheet, has resigned and, as a parting gift, published a detailed list of instances [&hellip

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