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Lynn Walsh talks about potential changes and refocusing in journalism education, how we can become more responsible consumers of media, and the environment for journalists in a post-truth world.
Lynn Walsh discusses how journalists can combat the rise of fake news and dealing with people whose opinions are firmly fixed.
Lynn Walsh discusses the rise of fake news, how journalists feel about it, and how opinion journalism has shaped our current media climate.
Lynn Walsh discusses the loss of trust in national media outlets and gives her opinion on the role of journalism in the United States.
SPJ president Lynn Walsh discusses her career in journalism and the purpose of the SPJ, as well as the role of citizen journalists.
This week BTR speaks with Howie Good about his recent collection of poems "A Ghost Sings, A door Opens," which was published by Another Calligraphy Press. Good is a poet and professor of journalism at SUNY New Paltz, and the author of numerous poetry collections and scholarly books, including: "Dangerous Acts Starring Unstable Elements," "Girl Reporter" and "Journalism Ethics Goes to the Movies".
The Get Down and the birth of hip hop, Trump's Latino surrogates have started abandoning him, and listener mail about getting started in journalism.  
Getting shot at, evading dropped bombs, or risking arrest—these are just a few of the woes of photojournalism. BTRtoday talks to photojournalists about their wild and dangerous occupation.
Katie Klabusich joins us to discuss her new automated transcription service, the bizarre world of Trump-inspired white identity politics, and listener mail.
Journalism is a Brooklyn band fronted by Kegan Zema. Kegan recently staged a multimedia exhibit at the Bushwick, Brooklyn venue/collective Silent Barn, f which he is a member, called “American Icon” in which he, as “ZEMA,” took on the personas of David Bowie, Marilyn Monroe, and more. Musically, Journalism explores similar territory as the early 2000s wave of post-post-punk and garage rock, straddling the line between brooding and dancing, but Zema’s awareness and interest in musical and pop culture theory clearly influences his lyrics and the band’s performance. The group stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to share a tune.
Journalism is a Brooklyn band fronted by Kegan Zema. Kegan recently staged a multimedia exhibit at the Bushwick, Brooklyn venue/collective Silent Barn, f which he is a member, called “American Icon” in which he, as “ZEMA,” took on the personas of David Bowie, Marilyn Monroe, and more. Musically, Journalism explores similar territory as the early 2000s wave of post-post-punk and garage rock, straddling the line between brooding and dancing, but Zema’s awareness and interest in musical and pop culture theory clearly influences his lyrics and the band’s performance. The group stopped by Serious Business Music in DUMBO to share a tune. Faces by Journalism is available now. Listen to the audio podcast for more music and interview. Follow Journalism on Facebook and Twitter. Now you can watch us on your iPhone or iPad! Check out the BTRtoday App!
We learn about the chemical PFOA that has only recently been regulated by the EPA after much pollution and destruction.
We take a look at how to combat the negative news cycle and instituting change after the disastrous Dupont chemical pollution scandal.
Can we transform journalism to be a source of optimism and hope, rather than fear?
An exploration into the personal use of body cameras and their ethical implications.