We all have words and phrases that make us cringe when we hear them. From a journalistic standpoint, I particularly hate two useless words.
Insights into journalism today and the people who cover news.
'The Daily Tar Heel' created a UNC shooting front page that definitely attracted attention. But do you think it crossed any lines?
Gene Upright, a former colleague who spent nearly 60 years in the broadcasting industry passed away last week surrounded by family.
I received a nice email about a newspaper subscription hike. But it's what I saw on the paper's website that made me cancel renewal.
I have seen a quote a few times lately shared on social media about how a journalist should be focusing their efforts on finding truth.
Questions about the Nashville school shooter's pronouns have become more confusing because of a lack of consistency among media outlets.
A group of journalists who lost access to their accounts in the Twitter doxing controversy are still suspended...for one important reason.
Social media giant Meta is threatening to give news outlets the boot from its platform if a journalism bargaining bill becomes law.
A campaign urging viewers to boycott CNN demonstrates a frustrating truth those of us who work in the journalism field face every day.
Tony Dow, who played the big brother some of us wish we'd had growing up, died Tuesday. It turned out that his celebrity obituary was wrong.
The CNN+ shutdown has officially happened. The few subscribers to the service have just days to see what they may or may not miss.
If you read about the Russian invasion of Ukraine, you may see different spellings for the name of the Ukrainian president.
Patrick is a longtime television producer and digital journalist.
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