Category: College of Communication

Massachusetts Is Ground Zero in the Battle for the Soul of the Democratic Party

New Republic quoting Fred Bayles, College of Communication “The headline at The Boston Globe on Wednesday was incredulous: “Could 3 people from Massachusetts really run for president?…” Expert quote: “You have a real range of Democratic ideology in the state of Massachusetts, which in some ways reflects the tension within the Democratic Party nationally.” View full article. 

The Memo: Trump frustrations grow as pressure rises

The Hill quoting Tobe Berkovitz, College of Communication “President Trump’s frustrations are reaching a new intensity as federal and congressional probes into alleged links with Russia burrow deeper into his inner circle…” Expert quote: “You look at the polling and it appears that his base is saying, ‘Hit ‘em back and hit ‘em back harder.’ […]

Journalist accuses AP of ‘censoring conservative words’ in Stylebook

Sinclair Broadcast Group quoting John Carroll, College of Communication “A conservative journalist says that a guidebook used by many media organizations to make decisions on style and word choice is imparting a liberal bias in the mainstream press with its rules for reporting on issues like immigration and terrorism…” Expert quote: “If those are the terms that […]