On Media & Culture by Jaci Clement
Considered one of the most influential media scholars in the world today, Jaci Clement is the Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the Fair Media Council.
She writes on what’s happening in the media landscape, and what it all means for the American public.
The Other Half of the News Equation
Where there’s news doesn’t mean there’s an audience
Content, Sans Crown
Content used to be king of the media landscape. Times have changed.
A Matter of Trust
The news media’s old-school tactics for building trust don’t work in today’s media landscape.
George Santos as Case Study
Kevin McCarthy is having a bad week. That’s good news for Long Island. How’s that? It drops us from №1 in suffering public humiliation and slides us into a close second.
Santos: Poster Boy for All That’s Wrong with News Today
As the investigations pile up into who George Santos really is, one thing is certain: He is most definitely the poster boy for everything wrong with today’s news media.
10 Years On, Authenticity Shines in Local News
The coverage of the 10th anniversary of the Sandy Hook shooting varied widely, but one news outlet stood out
Media Wish List 2023
My wish list for what I’d like to see from the news media in 2023
The Devil in the Details
Local news has an invisibility problem
The Chaos Before The Breakthrough
Has the American news media killed the two-party system, and with it, democracy?