Monthly Archives: September 2010

Commentary vs Reporting

Recently the public editor of the New York Times, Arthur Brisbane wrote about the complaints he gets from readers concerned about the blurring line between opinion and reporting. I share the view that publications should clearly differentiate between content that … Continue reading

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Headline, photo, placement…

A clever and unusual headline… the benefit of an accompanying photo… and placement across the top of the right hand page: you can’t ask for a better alignment of the stars than my op ed in today’s Globe received. (Thank … Continue reading

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Women Make News

Amy Willard Cross, a former editor at Chatelaine magazine, runs a collaborative blog called “Women Make News” which is designed to “encourage more women to engage in the public debate” – the same goal as Informed Opinions itself. She provides … Continue reading

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