Gaps in coverage left swaths of voters unheard from during the 2016 presidential campaign, four journalists agreed during a News Leadership Conference panel Tuesday.
Julie Pace, the Washington bureau chief for The Associated Press, would argue that there’s a level of sophistication surrounding President Donald J. Trump’s most loyal followers.
Miami Herald Columnist Leonard Pitts told journalists Monday that they needed to be tougher about reporting the truth and to stop wimping out when it comes to covering President Trump.
Though fake news has become a “weapon” increasingly waged against the mainstream media, journalists likewise have an arsenal of tools to curb eroding trust among readers.
Five panelists with experience covering the White House discussed the positives and negatives of covering President Donald J. Trump’s administration compared with past administrations to about 50 people at the ASNE/APME/APPM conference.
Flashing images on a screen from her coverage of President Donald Trump and his administration, Associated Press staff photographer Carolyn Kaster lead off one of the first events of the 2017 News Leadership Conference on Monday morning.