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Jay Rosen

All we did is amplify a false statement. You want to hold me responsible? You're talking to the wrong person. Watch: youtube.com/watch?v=g7HIFC…
White House to the rest of the world: we don't care if what we're saying is true. So stop asking us about that. nytimes.com/2017/03/17/wor…
I just watched the clip of Sean Spicer rage read a series of news stories verbatim "at" the White House press corps. youtube.com/watch?v=7xB0I-…
Word salad with grenade was the special last night on Tucker Carlson. Via @joepompeo
Slide from my recent talk at the University of Illinois.
Today's #sendtheinterns quote. From: "Is Trump trolling the White House press corps?" newyorker.com/magazine/2017/…
From @theintercept's meticulous feature on rogue Twitter accounts run by federal employees alarmed by what's afoot. theintercept.com/2017/03/11/rog…
Slide no. 18 from my 'Winter Is Coming: Trump & the American Press' speaking tour at the University of Illinois. Next stop: Miami, April 1.
Not the reality of the business. A convention you choose to follow because it makes 24-hour news production easier. npr.org/2017/03/02/517…
The Interpreter. Hmmm. My understanding of "interpretation" is that it's based on principles, axioms, a worldview. It is never generic.
Here's @VanJones68 the day after, explicating the interpretation around which he lost his mind on air Tuesday night. youtube.com/watch?v=NskDgf…
Clear summary of major trends in the news biz. Links to learn more. Key people to follow. By my NYU grad students. projects.nyujournalism.org/newsliteracy20…
Just published by my @Studio20NYU students: Get literate in what's changing in journalism, 2017. projects.nyujournalism.org/newsliteracy20… Have a look please!
There it is again. "Master media manipulator." nytimes.com/2017/03/01/us/… I don't buy it. Explained why here —> twitter.com/i/moments/8197…
My 'winter is coming for the American press' speaking tour lands in Urbana, IL March 8, 5 pm. Open to anyone.
By my NYU colleague @cgseife, who argues that the White House press corps is the "domesticated" kind. slate.com/articles/news_…
Now I have an odd sense of humor, but I find this exchange with Breitbart hilarious. I think it's the words "can you more clearly define..."
Not saying the press should be (it's a VERY small thing...) but I'm interested in this little episode right here. politico.com/media/tipsheet…
I reconstructed what the conversation must have gone like with the Washington Post based on axios.com/axios-am-22879…
This ran in the New York Times today. The fourth one from the bottom. That's the one.
This one is important. A pattern: after new reports about Russia come Trump's attacks on the media. via @BraddJaffy
We've launched an experiment called "Outside Your Bubble," to give audiences a look beyond their social media spaces buzzfeed.com/bensmith/helpi…
Retweeted by Jay Rosen
'Trump is a media troll – so stop feeding him.' theguardian.com/commentisfree/… By @MarinaHyde
This passage by Andrew Sullivan that I called "brilliant" is despised by many, many people. jacobinmag.com/2017/02/andrew…
Here's the deal culture-war-on-The-Media people. You keep chortling about fake news and exult in your alternative facts. Meanwhile...
 
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