68 results for "Joyce Terhaar"
The Bee’s journalism interns reflect modern-day news consumption – they are choosing to read what they want, when they want it and how they want it.
Watchdog journalism is perhaps the single greatest service journalists can provide their communities. Even in small newsrooms, even as the news business is changing, many journalists continue to watch the powerful.
Joyce Terhaar: With Proposition 42’s passage, Californians guaranteed access to public meetings and recordsSunday, June 15, 2014 at 12:00 AM
If no one can afford records, public access is a fiction.
Cultural change comes slowly, but it can be fueled by frank conversation and shared understanding.
A Q&A with reporter Ryan Lillis about his approach to the new column.
The Bee introduces maps, traffic cams and text alerts providing real time information for the Fix50 reconstruction of Highway 50.
From the Executive Editor: Naming names – when should the media bypass officials and identify victims?Sunday, April 20, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Disaster news spreads quickly as people talk to loved ones, call or text, post to Facebook or elsewhere.
Even as today’s technological advances make greater transparency a public expectation, decisions like this one make it easier to use that technology to keep secrets.
From the Executive Editor: Reporters’ jobs are rewarding and challenging but also tedious and sometimes dreadfulSunday, March 23, 2014 at 12:00 AM
Viewed from afar the job of a reporter looks fascinating, but it can be a daily grind.
We’ve changed our news products because of the addiction to mobile devices.