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American Journalism Review Academic Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2013
  • Reporting on gun violence: Slate partners with an anonymous Twitter user to chronicle the carnage in an innovative way.
  • Hiking the prices: as advertising declines, some papers see charging readers more as a promising strategy.
  • A Passionate and Persistent Journalist.
  • Cookie-cutter news: as local TV operations struggle to fill more hours of programming, syndicated stories are showing up on local newscasts across...
  • Missing the story: a longtime reporter and author says journalists are largely ignoring the way new laws and regulations are enriching big business...
  • Memories of Iraq.
  • End of an era: ten years after the war in Iraq began, journalists reflect on an all-consuming, fascinating and sometimes career-defining assignment.
  • The e-mail interview debate: they give more control to sources, and they can be stilted and scripted. Some journalists resort to them too easily. A...
  • Solving the hyperlocal puzzle: DNAinfo.com's Web sites cover neighborhood news in New York and Chicago. Can billionaire Joe Ricketts' venture achieve...
  • March Madness, political edition.
  • That Elusive Grand Bargain.
  • "Things happen when nobody's watching": how a Tampa Bay Times reporter put together her Selden Ring Award-winning series on abuse in Florida...
  • Launching a startup in Iraq: an American journalist's Web site is a go-to destination for news about the Iraqi oil industry.
  • Covering the Oracle for his own paper: Steve Jordon has spent more than four decades on the Buffett beat.
  • The Post's Sarah Palin gaffe.
  • Bleak or better than ever? What's the true state of journalism in the United States?
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    Argumentation and Advocacy Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2019
    642
    Bookmarks General Magazine/Journal Mar 1, 2020
    3249
    Broadcast Pro Middle East Trade Magazine/Journal Jun 19, 2021
    11386
    Comunicacion y Sociedad Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2017
    508
    Correspondencias & Analisis Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2018
    137
    Critical Studies in Television Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2014
    201
    Estudios sobre el Mensaje Periodistico Academic Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2019
    1143
    Federal Communications Law Journal Professional Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2021
    579
    Flare Trade Magazine/Journal May 31, 2021
    9811
    ForeWord Trade Magazine/Journal May 28, 2021
    11157
    Houston Journal of International Law Professional Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2019
    444
    Index.comunicacion Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2019
    226
    Information Technologies & International Development Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2020
    181
    International journal of communication (Online) Academic Magazine/Journal Apr 1, 2021
  • Invasive Species of the App Ecosystem: Exploring the Political Economy of Mobile Communication.
  • Discursive Media Institutionalism: Assessing Vivien A. Schmidt's Framework and Its Value for Media and Communication Studies.
  • An Inclination for Intimacy: Depictions of Mental Health and Interpersonal Interaction in Popular Film.
  • Sarcasm Beyond Hate Speech: Facebook Comments on Syrian Refugees in Turkey.
  • Weaving Mediation and Embodiment: The Media Ethnographer as Figurations of Mediation.
  • (Mis)informed During COVID-19: How Education Level and Information Sources Contribute to Knowledge Gaps.
  • The Liberalization Process of Satire in Postauthoritarian Democracies: Potentials and Limits in Mexico's Network Television.
  • Political Systems and Political Networks: The Structure of Parliamentarians' Retweet Networks in 19 Countries.
  • Covering Populist Media Criticism: When Journalists' Professional Norms Turn Against Them.
  • Death Across the News Spectrum: A Time Series Analysis of Partisan Coverage Following Mass Shootings in the United States Between 2012 and 2014.
  • Complimenting Behavior and (Self-)Praise Across Social Media: New Contexts and New Insights.
  • An Aristocracy of Critics: Luce, Hutchins, Niebuhr, and the Committee that Redefined Freedom of the Press.
  • Shadow Libraries: Access to Knowledge in Global Higher Education.
  • Parents' Social Uses of Mobile Phones in Public Places: The Case of Eateries in Two National Contexts.
  • A Non-Media-Centric Approach to Mediatization: Digital Orientations in the Lives of Football Fans.
  • Factors Influencing Internet Health Information Seeking In India: An Application of the Comprehensive Model of Information Seeking.
  • Social Media and Work: A Framework of Eight Intersections.
  • Historicizing Internet Regulation in China: A Meta-Analysis of Chinese Internet Policies (1994-2017).
  • The Unmaking of Collective Action: Changing Organizing Logics in Civil Society Organizations Through Social Media Activism Culture.
  • Intersectional Technopolitics in Social Movement and Media Activism.
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    International Journal of Digital Multimedia Broadcasting Academic Magazine/Journal Aug 31, 2020
    34
    Journal of Communications Media Studies Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2016
    100
    Media International Australia incorporating Culture and Policy Trade Magazine/Journal Feb 1, 2017
    828
    Nieman Reports General Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2020
  • When the Story Hits Home: A reporter who covered news around the world faces new pressure when the investigative story is right around the corner.
  • Introducing the 2021 Class of Nieman Fellows.
  • EQUAL PAY, EQUAL WORK: Journalists' pressure to close racial and gender pay gaps may be a boon for diversity in the newsroom.
  • MOVEMENT JOURNALISM ON THE MOVE: Movement journalists aim to produce community-focused, solutions-based reporting--and challenge the status quo.
  • THIS MOMENT REQUIRES RADICAL IMAGINATION: We shouldn't settle for diversity committees and revised hiring policies when it is ground-up,...
  • DIVERSIFY INVESTIGATIVE REPORTING: Having a variety of backgrounds on investigative teams is key to accountability journalism.
  • THE CASE FOR EMOTIONS: Fostering more empathetic, honest, and grounded newsrooms will produce deeper storytelling.
  • "THE PIPELINE PROBLEM": Build relationships that will "broaden the look, feel, and sound of your work and workplace".
  • RESPECT MEANS "LOOKING AGAIN": "The story can't always be told in the heat of the moment".
  • BEFORE YOU CAN FIX YOUR NEWSROOM, YOU NEED TO FIX YOUR LIFE: "Those bookshelves in your Zoom backdrop should overflow with literature that challenges...
  • WHAT COLOR IS YOUR READER? "I look forward to the day when the subtle hints fade that a particular piece is meant for white readers".
  • "STOP THINKING ABOUT A FINISH LINE": Progress on racial equity starts with a steadfast commitment to constant newsroom evolution.
  • LET "OTHERS" TELL THE STORY: "The only way we can report the 'truth' is by allowing people to share their stories".
  • DEAR JOURNALISM: DO BETTER: Journalists offer their prescriptions for what the news industry needs to do to meet the challenges of this moment.
  • IS THE FUTURE OF JOURNALISM: To meet the challenges of the coronavirus pandemic and the racial justice movement, the historically competitive media...
  • HOW TO HANDLE HACKS & LEAKS: Journalists need to figure out how to responsibly report on hack-and-leak operations like those that marred the 2016...
  • A Journalist Brings Her Reporting Acumen to American History Paul Solman, NF '77, on fellow Fellow Cassandra Tate's tale of the West.
  • A Startup Focuses on Making a Business out of Reporting on China: David Barboza, NF '16, is turning information gathered by his journalists into a...
  • "Beyond the Noise" Provides Africa News by and for Africans Hannane Ferdjani, NF '20, launched her program to report on the pandemic.
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    Reseller Middle East Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 29, 2020
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    Security and Communication Networks Academic Magazine/Journal Aug 31, 2020
  • Limiting Privacy Breaches in Average-Distance Query.
  • A Survey of Key Technologies for Constructing Network Covert Channel.
  • Anomaly Event Detection in Security Surveillance Using Two-Stream Based Model.
  • A Client Bootstrapping Protocol for DoS Attack Mitigation on Entry Point Services in the Cloud.
  • A Minimum Defense Cost Calculation Method for Attack Defense Trees.
  • A Task Offloading Method with Edge for 5G-Envisioned Cyber-Physical-Social Systems.
  • A Smart Agent Design for Cyber Security Based on Honeypot and Machine Learning.
  • A Multifault Diagnosis Method of Gear Box Running on Edge Equipment.
  • HYBRID-CNN: An Efficient Scheme for Abnormal Flow Detection in the SDN-Based Smart Grid.
  • An Efficient and Effective Approach for Flooding Attack Detection in Optical Burst Switching Networks.
  • Distributed Security Framework for Reliable Threat Intelligence Sharing.
  • A Survey on Services Provision and Distribution of Official and Commercial Intellectual Property Platforms.
  • Noninteractive Lightweight Privacy-Preserving Auditing on Images in Mobile Crowdsourcing Networks.
  • BLATTA: Early Exploit Detection on Network Traffic with Recurrent Neural Networks.
  • Preprocessing Method for Encrypted Traffic Based on Semisupervised Clustering.
  • Accurate Computation of Fractional-Order Exponential Moments.
  • A Systematic Approach for Cybersecurity Design of In-Vehicle Network Systems with Trade-Off Considerations.
  • A Lightweight Image Encryption Algorithm Based on Message Passing and Chaotic Map.
  • Rotational-XOR Rectangle Cryptanalysis on Round-Reduced Simon.
  • Preserving Privacy in Multimedia Social Networks Using Machine Learning Anomaly Detection.
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    The Journal of Business Communication Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2005
    250
    The Newsletter on Newsletters Trade Newsletter May 21, 2012
    2374
    The Proceedings of the Laurel Highlands Communications Conference Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2015
    97
    VOX Trade Magazine/Journal Mar 22, 2007
    20
    Wireless Communications and Mobile Computing Academic Magazine/Journal Aug 31, 2020
  • A Multiscale-Based Adjustable Convolutional Neural Network for Multiple Organ Segmentation.
  • A Hybrid Link-TDMA MAC Protocol for Conventional and Radio over Fiber WLANs.
  • Technological Features of Internet of Things in Medicine: A Systematic Mapping Study.
  • An SETM Algorithm for Combating SSDF Attack in Cognitive Radio Networks.
  • Anomaly Detection for Industrial Control System Based on Autoencoder Neural Network.
  • A Multichannel Biomedical Named Entity Recognition Model Based on Multitask Learning and Contextualized Word Representations.
  • Reducing the Energy Budget in WSN Using Time Series Models.
  • Efficient and Privacy-Preserving Outsourcing of 2D-DCT and 2D-IDCT.
  • Impact of Hardware Impairments with Imperfect Channel Estimation for Cache-Enabled UAV Relaying Networks.
  • An Intelligent Planning-Based Modeling Method for Diagnosis and Repair.
  • Presenting an Effective Method to Detect and Track the Broken Path in VANET Using UAVs.
  • Hierarchical Combinatorial Auction in Computing Resource Allocation for Mobile Blockchain.
  • Smart Switching Strategy-Based Supervision Rule to Mitigate the Problem of Pilot Contamination in Massive MIMO Systems.
  • An Intelligent Adaptive Algorithm for Servers Balancing and Tasks Scheduling over Mobile Fog Computing Networks.
  • Learn-ing-Based On-AP TCP Performance Enhancement.
  • A Novel Blockchain Identity Authentication Scheme Implemented in Fog Computing.
  • Deep Reinforcement Learning-Based Content Placement and Trajectory Design in Urban Cache-Enabled UAV Networks.
  • A Data Encryption and Fast Transmission Algorithm Based on Surveillance Video.
  • Truthful Mechanism Design for Multiregion Mobile Crowdsensing.
  • Novel Defense Schemes for Artificial Intelligence Deployed in Edge Computing Environment.
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