Journalists are tasked with covering the news, but how should media cover a murder suspect who craves media attention? Harvard professor Joan Donovan discusses the pitfalls journalists fall into. This
Sadly, The Times has covered a lot of shootings. But the killing of 50 people at mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, on Friday by a gunman intent on using the tools of the internet as weapons in his
The horrific shooting at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, was designed from the start to get attention, leveraging social media to make sure as many people as possible would hear about the deaths
Reporting guidelines devised and signed by five major news organisations New Zealand media organisations have taken the unprecedented step of agreeing to limit their reporting of the trial of the man of
SYDNEY, Australia — A video game that uses footage of the Christchurch massacre to put Muslims in a gunman’s cross hairs. Memes featuring the face and weapons of the man charged in that New Zealand attack.
As the Christchurch massacre trial begins, New Zealand news orgs vow to keep white supremacist ideology out of their coverage
“We’re going to do our job — we won’t chill our coverage in any way — but we’re not going to spread hate or misinformation.” As the trial of the man accused of the Christchurch mosque massacres began few