Browsing Tag photo bias

Recommended Reading: The IDF’s Combat Cameramen

Israel’s business newspaper Globes has published a feature article focusing on the IDF’s combat cameramen: [IDF First Sergeant Naor] Blanco is one of 24 fighters who are classified as “combat...

April 8, 2014 15:00 By :

Free Lance Fauxtography, Reuters Style

Molhem Barakat Last year’s death of Molhem Barakat — a Syrian freelance photographer for Reuters who was under age and had previously sought to be a suicide bomber — continues to raise...

March 16, 2014 0:02 By :

To Err is Human, But Algorithms Can Be Screwy Too

The related reading you commony see alongside news articles are based on computer algorithms so that editors don’t have to spend time manually plugging in related content. The concept is simple:...

February 17, 2014 11:32 By :

The Case Against “Generic” News Images

Sometimes, editors need an image for a story but don’t have anything useful or available right away. That’s when stock photos come in handy. But unless they’re clearly labeled as “file...

February 4, 2014 12:57 By :

A Year of Biased Reporting: Why the New York Times Won

After bludgeoning Israel, the NYT wins the Dishonest Reporting Award.

December 26, 2013 11:20 By :

Aussie Paper Publishes Photo, Caricatures Jews

Put aside the attitude of Amin Saikal as he almost crows with glee over the perceived blow to Israel following the signing of the Iran interim nuclear deal. The first thing that most readers will notice...

November 28, 2013 13:27 By :

SUCCESS – Photo Outrage: New York Times Admits It Got It Wrong

The NY Times admits the error.

November 20, 2013 10:57 By :

New York Times Photo Outrage

The NY Times twists its knife in the back of the Jewish state.

November 14, 2013 20:07 By :

Five Thoughts on the Egypt Crisis

A look at the big news story from the Mideast.

August 21, 2013 16:13 By :

Photojournalist Stages News for Profit and Ideology

Fadi Arouri crosses the line between activism and journalism.

July 31, 2013 15:01 By :