brazilian journalism observatory

20190322 bjo edition #23 | read the previous edition

It's time to discuss mass
shootings coverage in Brazil

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How are you doing? The autumn has arrived in the southern hemisphere. Time eat persimmons while enjoying the light of the sky.

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| A summary of the interview with C.W. Anderson published in our Medium channel last week was published in the Nieman Lab. | There were changes in the Folha de S.Paulo's board of directors. This article of Brazil Journal says a fight inside the family that controls the newspaper is a threat to its future. There have already been layoffs. | In this article published in ObjETHOS, journalism professor João Somma Neto criticizes the Globo's Jornal Nacional coverage of the shootings in a school in the city of Suzano. And here there is a discussion about publishing or not the names of the attackers. The Intercept Brasil have decided not to release their identities and their images. In the other hand, in this article, journalist and doctoral student Sávia Lorena Barreto Carvalho de Sousa argues that we must separate sensationalism from what is the journalism basic role. | In English from IJNet website, Sérgio Spagnuolo, from Volt Data Lab, explains how the bot that monitors Bolsonaro's Twitter account works. |

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