ON THE MEDIA | Newsrooms grow less comfortable with the “view from above”

December 16, 2020

“2020 has prompted a more profound acknowledgment of the fact that people who make news images — much like people who write news stories, and people who run newsrooms — are situated and partial. … When both photographers in the field and photo editors in the newsroom are primarily white and male, news images will reflect that singular perspective,”

PREDICTIONS FOR
JOURNALISM 2021

by ANNIE RUDD

Source: Newsrooms grow less comfortable with the “view from above”

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