How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment

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Arguably, the toughest part of any job in journalism is exercising the right judgment with respect to news coverage.

So many decisions by so many players are required every single day, in determining how the news should be reported, packaged and shared, or even whether something should be reported at all. And that’s where judgment comes in.

In this video/audio series and compendium white paper, veteran news editor Jim Pumarlo will help reporters and editors navigate the balance between reporting bad news while also using good judgment.

Jim spent nearly 27 years in two community newspapers in Minnesota – in Red Wing on the state’s Wisconsin border, and in International Falls on the state’s Canadian border. For the majority of that time, he steered the news coverage as editor. He is passionate about community newspapers and believes that community newspapers still play a vital role in today’s fractured media landscape.

Section 1Video
Lecture 1How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 1
Lecture 2How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 2
Lecture 3How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 3
Lecture 4How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 4
Lecture 5How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 5
Lecture 6How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 6
Lecture 7How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 7
Lecture 8How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Part 8
Section 2White Paper
Lecture 9How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment?
Lecture 10How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment? - Recap
Section 3Trasncription
Lecture 11How to Cover Bad News Using Good Judgment?
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