Views of the News: Why we don't name juvenile crime suspects
Views of the News
by KBIA
3d ago
As digital news organizations shutter, many of their archives go dark. Sure, it costs to continue to host websites, but what’s lost when the websites are wiped entirely? Also, why journalists don’t identify juveniles charged with crimes, and two free speech cases go before the Supreme Court. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: Covering the Chiefs' championship
Views of the News
by KBIA
2w ago
The Kansas City Chiefs are once again the Super Bowl champs! We’ll talk about coverage of the big win, what kept the viewers tuned in – on two networks and online – and which commercials scored with audiences. Also, Tucker Carlson’s trip to Moscow and why people say they’re turning down free newspaper subscriptions. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: A breach of ethics?
Views of the News
by KBIA
3w ago
This week on Views of the News we’ll talk about a Boston Globe columnist who profiled a nurse with terminal cancer who sued to end her life. While reporting on the story, the columnist signed a document attesting to her mental clarity at the time of her request. Did he cross the line? Also, an investigation into prison labor from the Associated Press, how a tweet from the Children’s Television Workshop got America talking and preparing for the Super Bowl. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: Remembering Jean Carnahan, former U.S. Senator and former Missouri first lady
Views of the News
by KBIA
1M ago
The Kansas City Chiefs are returning to the Super Bowl for the fourth time in the last five years, but it seems the big story is whether Taylor Swift will make it to Las Vegas from Tokyo. We’ll talk about the hype for the Big Game. Also, remembering former U.S. Senator and Missouri first lady Jean Carnahan and Jon Stewart’s return to The Daily Show. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Monique Luisi and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: What's next for Sports Illustrated?
Views of the News
by KBIA
1M ago
What’s next for Sports Illustrated? That’s the question after layoffs axed nearly the entire staff and management failed to pay a licensing fee to use the publication’s name. Is this the end for the publication? Also, movement in the creation of a federal shield law for journalists, covering the New Hampshire primaries, and why video captions matter. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Monique Luisi: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News Preview: A win for the Peacock and the NFL
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by KBIA
1M ago
Peacock and the NFL scored a touchdown, moving the AFC Wild Card game to the subscription-only streaming service Saturday night. Did we just witness a change in the NFL’s strategy going into the future? Also, the propsed changes to the Missouri Sunshine Law, local ownership takes over the Baltimore Sun and Republican voters in Iowa make their choice. From the Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: Honors College Edition 2023
Views of the News
by KBIA
2M ago
Six students from the University of Missouri's Honors College participated in a 16-week tutorial under the direction of Missouri School of Journalism professor Amy Simons on media criticism during the Fall 2023 term. For their final project, the students produced and hosted their own special edition of KBIA-FM's program, "Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: The return of Alex Jones on X
Views of the News
by KBIA
2M ago
Journalists around the globe remain under threat. This week, a journalist here in the U.S. is facing contempt charges if she doesn’t reveal sources from an investigation she did in 2017 and yet another Russian American journalist has drawn the ire of the Kremlin. We’ll talk about why. Also, Alex Jones’s return to X, formerly known as Twitter, Tucker Carlson’s new streaming network and what’s made Spotify’s Wrapped feature so popular. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: Remembering Norman Lear
Views of the News
by KBIA
3M ago
Liz Cheney’s new book, Oath and Honor, has sparked conversation around several doomsday scenarios, should Donald Trump regain the presidency. We’ll break down the coverage and it’s timing ahead primary voting just weeks away. Also, remembering Henry Kissinger and Sandra Day O’Connor, why a Harvard University professor claims she was fired for researching disinformation at Facebook and what’s next for the Marvel Universe. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Kathy Kiely: Views of the News ..read more
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Views of the News: Remembering Rosalynn Carter's impact on journalism
Views of the News
by KBIA
3M ago
As the nation remembers former First Lady Rosalynn Carter, we look at her lasting legacy on journalism, journalists and how we report on mental health. Also, Sports Illustrated’s reaction to claims of AI use, how far is too far when visually reporting on gun violence, and the silencing of police scanners. From Missouri School of Journalism professors Amy Simons, Earnest Perry and Jared Schroeder: Views of the News ..read more
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