My blog posts, in reverse chronological order:
11/20/15: Talking Media Ethics with Katy Culver (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)
11/20/15: The Deal on the Art. . . of Covering Donald Trump: Ten Strategies for Journalists (for the Center for Journalism Ethics at the University of Wisconsin-Madison)
9/25/15: A Conversation about The Civic Organization and the Digital Citizen (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”, 9/25 archive)
7/3/15: Talking 2016 w/ Barry Burden of the Elections Research Center at UW-Madison (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)
3/13/15: Will Scott Walker Be the GOP Nominee? Pathways to Yes, Obstacles to No (on Wisconsin Eye)
3/9/2015: From Ferguson to Madison: Covering the Tragic Killing of Tony Robinson
2/23/15: Media Roundup: Gov. Scott Walker’s Presidential Ambitions
12/30/14: A Conversation about News Frames and National Security (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”).
10/31/2014: 7 Strategies for Teaching Student Journalists to Cover Midterm Elections (for PBS MediaShift)
10/21/2014: What do the polls really tell us about the governor’s race in Wisconsin?
10/14/2014: A Conversation about the Acceptance Journeys Project (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)
9/12/2014: A Conversation about Predisposed: Liberals, Conservatives, and the Biology of Political Differences (on WORT’s “A Public Affair”)
9/11/2014: 9 Things the Best Political Reporters Do (for PBS MediaShift)
9/2/2014: Does Democracy Work? (written for On Wisconsin magazine)
7/16/2014: Back in the Saddle Again
2/28/2104: On Studying Things
12/31/2013: Hey, I’m on C-SPAN
12/3/2013: All the News About “the Center” That’s Fit to Print
11/27/2013: Why Journalists Need Math: Knockout Edition
11/14/2013: Hey, We’re Featured on The Dish
11/13/2013: A Response to “Your Genes Influence Your Political Views. So What?”
11/8/2013: The State of the Parties: Epilogue
11/6/2013: The State of the Parties: Preview
11/1/2013: Friendships, Constraints, and Incentives in Politics: What to Cover?
5/2/2013: Gnomes, Lanterns, and Sorkin: Oh My!
12/7/2012: Fiscal Cliff Coverage: The Game? It Doesn’t Have to Be
11/7/2012: What’s Next? Two Suggestions for Post-Election News Coverage
10/16/2012: Should Professors Who Donate Commentate?
10/3/2012: Not News, Not Journalism, Not Anything of Value