Blasting media’s climate change coverage, CJR ed/pub Pope to spearhead new pub

The following excerpt was sent out from Saying that journalism isn’t showing enough urgency in covering climate change, the editor of the Columbia Journalism Review is leaving his job to devote his time to try and change that. Kyle Pope, who has been editor and publisher of the magazine and website for journalists since 2016, said Tuesday […]

Neason departs CJR for Radiolab

Alexandria Neason, a staff writer at the Columbia Journalism Review, has left to join Radiolab where she will be editing and producing. Neason had been with the CJR for more than 3 years. Before that she was a staff reporter at The Village Voice. She was also an education reporter at The Teacher Project, Columbia […]

To make things right, we need to understand what went wrong

Columbia Journalism Review and the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, both at the Columbia Journalism School, are partnering to understand the news landscape that needs a reform. With this aim, both organizations are launching “The Journalism Crisis Project,” an effort to first understand what went wrong in local news and how to fix it. Their […]

Reuters to provide free climate coverage ahead of Earth Day

As Earth Day approaches, Reuters will be providing free climate change news coverage across text, pictures, video and graphics to partners in the ‘Covering Climate Now’ initiative, which was co-founded by Columbia Journalism Review and the Nation. The climate initiative aims to strengthen the media’s focus on the climate crisis and includes more than 400 […]