Standards & Practices editor @ NPR.

There's A Sad Reason 'Migrants,' Not 'Immigrants,' Is The Word Being Used

npr.org — As NPR and other news outlets report about the hundreds of people killed this month when the ship they were on went down off the Libyan coast, the stories are referring to those who died as "migrants." There's a case to be made that the word "refugees" also applies.

Boos Heard At GOP Debate After Gay Soldier Asks About 'Don't Ask'

npr.org — Hill: "In 2010, when I was deployed to Iraq, I had to lie about who I was, because I'm a gay soldier, and I didn't want to lose my job. "My question is, under one of your presidencies, do you intend to circumvent the progress that's been made for gay and lesbian soldiers in the military?"
Aug 06, 2015

Seriously, tho, amazing the cheers for Kasich gay marriage answer four years after this. Remember? npr.org/sections/thetw…

Aug 06, 2015

RT @poniewozik: Seriously, tho, amazing the cheers for Kasich gay marriage answer four years after this. Remember? npr.org/sections/thetw…

Aug 06, 2015

RT @poniewozik: Seriously, tho, amazing the cheers for Kasich gay marriage answer four years after this. Remember? npr.org/sections/thetw…

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

wvpublic.org — Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out. This question came up in the newsroom: Should an NPR journalist say during a podcast that someone's an a****** if many people would agree that person is an a******?

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

wlrn.org — Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out. This question came up in the newsroom: Should an NPR journalist say during a podcast that someone's an a****** if many people would agree that person is an a******?

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

wabe.org — Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out. This question came up in the newsroom: Should an NPR journalist say during a podcast that someone's an a****** if many people would agree that person is an a******?

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

kalw.org — Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out. This question came up in the newsroom: Should an NPR journalist say during a podcast that someone's an a****** if many people would agree that person is an a******?

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

kcur.org — Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out. This question came up in the newsroom: Should an NPR journalist say during a podcast that someone's an a****** if many people would agree that person is an a******?

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

wnyc.org — · by Mark Memmott From Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out.

3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language

npr.org — Editor's note: The headline on this post tips our hand. But just to be clear, we're discussing language that some readers don't want to hear or read, even when it's bleeped or not spelled out. This question came up in the newsroom: Should an NPR journalist say during a podcast that someone's an a****** if many people would agree that person is an a******?
Jul 25, 2015

RT @NPR: 3 Things To Know About NPR's Policy Regarding Offensive Language n.pr/1LF2u0y

Jul 25, 2015

A segment this am on @NPR & offensive language. What are you hearing, loyal listeners? Too much? Is our policy right? npr.org/sections/thetw…

Jul 25, 2015

RT @romenesko: NPR on 3 Things To Know About the Radio Network's Policy Regarding Offensive Language. n.pr/1Or3Ol2

Jul 25, 2015

NPR on 3 Things To Know About the Radio Network's Policy Regarding Offensive Language. n.pr/1Or3Ol2

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We're Wobegon: Garrison Keillor Says He's Retiring In 2013

npr.org — A Prairie Home Companion host Garrison Keillor has told the AARP Bulletin that he's planning to retire from the show in the spring of 2013. Now 68, Keillor tells AARP that: - "I am planning to retire in the spring of 2013, but first I have to find my replacement.
Jul 21, 2015

He’s lied before, though, that Garrison Keillor fellow: npr.org/sections/thetw…

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Aug 27, 2015

@Zadinal 2/2 'Corrections' is a way to alert us to mistakes. We then look into the particulars and correct our reports when necessary.

Aug 27, 2015

@Zadinal 1/2 The ombudsman is a voice for readers & writes about things we get wrong (and sometimes this we get right).

Aug 27, 2015

'Manspreading' is added to Oxford Dictionaries: blog.oxforddictionaries.com/2015/08/new-wo… Also: 'awesomesauce,' 'mic drop' and a few others.

Aug 26, 2015

The Two-Way's coverage: '2 Journalists Killed In Shooting During Live Broadcast In Virginia' n.pr/1fFMZqR

Aug 26, 2015

Jorge Ramos: 'My job as a journalist is to ask questions from the powerful and that's what we tried to do.' n.pr/1NTTNgy


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