At 23, Morrongiello has taken the helm as the New York Post’s DC Bureau Chief and is a rising star of the Beltway media sphere.
There was a clear narrative after the 2016 election: the polls were wrong. Poll aggregators in the media who mathematically average together election polls had a clear victor picked out on the morning of November 8—and it wasn’t Donald Trump. The Huffington Post gave Hillary
This is the sixth piece in a series of op-eds about polling in the 2016 presidential election. Read the previous piece here. John E. Newhagen is an associate professor emeritus at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. President Trump has cited post-election polls showing low
In August, I analyzed how Facebook was impacting the news industry with its news feed and trending stories algorithms. News outlets have been using Facebook to get their stories viewed, but are not necessarily promoting the most informational stories. Just a few months later, it
Women’s magazines are notorious for disseminating popular trends in fashion, beauty and culture, but in our world today haven’t politics become a popular trend? Over this last election cycle politics were infused into the everyday lives of the average American. Those who intended to ignore
There is an expectation that the media always needs to be correct. They need to understand the entire country and every situation. Although that is an unrealistic expectation, the expectation that they will do their best is reasonable. In this election, journalists did not do
#ImStillWithHer supporters have been signing petitions urging the Electoral College to make her “Madame President” – but does she really have a chance?
The Washington Post, National Geographic, The New York Times, and The Wall Street Journal round out our top picks for this week. The Washington Post – Remix the Election: The Results in Sound This is probably one of the most creative graphics that came out of election day.
The 2016 presidential election was divisive. Before the election, it seemed like there was another scandal, blunder, or horrifying allegation at every turn. Since election day, there have been repeated reports of Trump-related attacks on minorities, and multi-day protests happening in America’s metropolises. All in
As journalism students and future journalists, we have good reason to be concerned about the Donald J. Trump presidency. We’re fundamentally optimistic, of course. We dream of informing the public, and holding truth to power. We believe in the tenets of democracy, and the role