#MuckedUp chat: This week in journalism hot button issues
Ready to discuss Alessandra Stanley's controversial and widely criticized New York Times review of "How to Get Away With Murder?" You must have some feelings about that Alaskan reporter who quit her job on live-television to support the state's marijuana legalization movement, right? And how about UC Berkeley journalism school's gobsmacking proposed $10,250 supplemental fee? And that latest of bad news for journalism, the sudden end of the Los Angeles Register, launched only months ago?
For this upcoming tweetchat, we'll take a brief break from our usual format to chat about a wide variety of news ethical concerns and controversies that have been raised in the past week. We've mentioned a few topics we'd like to broach, but we're open to even more possibilities. If you have a news-related question you're inspired to debate at tonight's tweetchat, please feel free to email or tweet it to me any time between now and the start of Tuesday's chat at 8 p.m. EST/5 p.m. PST, and we promise to incorporate it into this evening's discussion. See you then!