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Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan joined Spokesman-Review editor Rob Curley on Thursday to discuss her new book, “Ghosting the News: Local Journalism and the Crisis of American Democracy,” during a livestreamed Northwest Passages Book Club forum.
Margaret Sullivan knows what it‘s like to not just love newspapers, but especially love one in particular.
Hearing Joe Lockhart talk about his old job as White House press secretary almost seems quaint. The idealism: “Your main job is to advocate for the press within the government.”
Note to journalists: Don’t publish weaponized gossip. Verify relentlessly. Nail down, and emphasize, the source of the hack and its motivation. And be transparent with news consumers.
With the Brett Kavanaugh hearings – and possibly a collective nervous breakdown – approaching like a Category 4 hurricane, I humbly offer a media user’s guide to the week ahead.
In every job, there are firing offenses. For the White House communications czar – the biggest gig in the world for a spokesperson – here’s one that ought to qualify: Not having a clue how “off the record” works.
The founder of Fox News is gone but before he went, he helped put Donald Trump in the White House and, ironically, emboldened a nation of women to decide not to take it any more.