The only time Hispanics and Asians make the news in Philadelphia is when bad things happen reports Veronica Serrano, who recently completed her master’s degree at Temple University.
In December 2008, the Philadelphia Inquirer ran a four-day series documenting the ills of the Environmental Protection Agency. Lance Duroni spoke to the Inquirer team about why and how they gathered and packaged the series. Continue reading
Can you compare the information provided by newspapers to the information covered by broadcast newscasts? Brian Donathan investigated by comparing one day’s worth of news, and then by looking at how two different media outlets covered the Vincent Fumo scandal. Continue reading