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Ombudsman Asks, Should Reporters Draw Conclusions?

by Matthew L. Schafer Over at NPR, Ombudsman Edward Schumacher-Matos recently asked readers and journalists to respond to a variety of question that arose out of a NPR investigation into the practices employed by the Mall of America police force. … Continue reading

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NPR: Battered, Beaten, and Broken, but Still Important

by Matthew L. Schafer On Tuesday, The Dailey Caller posted an edited video showing two NPR executives talking with two men representing themselves as potential NPR donors from an Islamic organization.  During the meeting, Ron Schiller, NPR’s senior vice president … Continue reading

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What NPR’s Juan Williams Blunder Can Teach News Organizations

by Matthew L. Schafer On Thursday, NPR released the conclusion of a team of lawyers who examined the firing of senior news analyst Juan Williams.  Williams was fired by Ellen Weiss, NPR’s senior vice president of news, by telephone after … Continue reading

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