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Fishman Receives Everett Lee Hunt Award

The award recognizes her book Death Makes the News.

Research

Crisis or Self-Correction: Rethinking How the Media Cover Science

Science communicators should more accurately convey its investigatory nature and the self-correction process without legitimizing a faulty narrative.

Alumni

Washington Post Reporter Ashley Parker (C’05) to Speak at Annenberg’s 2018 Communication Major Graduation

Graduates will hear advice gleaned from smart and interesting people Parker has met as a journalist.

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Fishman Publishes New Book, Death Makes the News

The book discusses the forces that dictate how news and media cover death.

Faculty News

Zelizer and Kraidy Published in Special ISIS-Focused Edition of Critical Studies in Media Communication

Zelizer considers Islamic State's journalistic style, and Kraidy explores Islamic State's use of images.

Alumni

Communication Major Alumna Q&A: Ashley Parker (C'05), White House Reporter for the Washington Post

Parker discusses how she got into journalism and what it's like to cover the Trump White House.

Research

Debunking Study Suggests Ways to Counter Misinformation and Correct ‘Fake News’

Debunking is more effective — and misinformation is less persistent — when an audience develops an explanation for the corrected information.

Research

Center for Advanced Research in Global Communication Releases CARGC Paper 6

In this paper, Mariela Morales Suárez examines the motivations and challenges of Cuban journalists.

Faculty News

Zelizer Delivers Plenary Keynote on Al Jazeera and Media Freedom in Crisis, Outlines New Center for Media at Risk

The new center will help monitor and sustain a free and critical global media environment.