Columbia Journalism Review
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Columbia Journalism Review (CJR) encourages and stimulates excellence in journalism in the service of a free society. Published by Columbia University’s Graduate School of Journalism, CJR examines press performance as well as the forces that affect it. The bimonthly magazine offers a deliberative mix of reporting, analysis, criticism, and commentary.
Columbia Journalism Review
A Time of Opportunity • Good riddance to the political coverage that was.
Our Polling Trauma
Stories Worth Sharing
When the Pundits Paused • “Life has punctured the bubble of political bullshit in Washington.”
Zach Montellaro • Politico
Publishing Power • In 2018, Michelle Wolf appeared at the White House Correspondents’ Dinner—and she may have been the last comedian to do so under President Trump. “You pretend like you hate him,” she told reporters. “But he has helped you. He has helped you sell your papers and your books and your TV. You helped create this monster, and now you are profiting off of him.” She wasn’t kidding. The publishing industry has produced more material on Trump than any president before, with books selling in the millions.
THE POLICE BRUTALITY CRISIS • Police abolition has entered the 2020 campaign. Reporters have some homework to do.
“This Is a Moment for Imagination” • Mychal Denzel Smith, Josie Duffy Rice, and Alex Vitale on the limits and opportunities of considering police abolition in an election year.
YouTube’s Psychic Wounds • Seeking political news, Nicholson Baker ventures to the wrong clip and back again
Sabrina Siddiqui • Wall Street Journal
The Essentials • How Univision has guided Latinos through a historic election cycle
Jonathan Oosting • Bridge magazine, Michigan
Outside In • At work in an election season marked by a pandemic and an anti-racist uprising.
The Lurker • How Joanne McNeil copes with the inundation of news online
Allen Devlin • WYFF News 4, South Carolina
Tuned Out • Identity crisis at MSNBC
Cast and Crew • The people who have made—and remade—MSNBC
Edward-Isaac Dovere • The Atlantic
Brianne Pfannenstiel • Des Moines Register
Staring Contest • How election reporters see us, and how we view them
Dave Weigel • Washington Post
Chaos Theory • Amanda Darrach talks to a political scientist about how nihilism affects the media landscape.