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Ombudsmen columns

April 14, 2008 |  6:00 am

Here are links to some of the past week's columns by ombudsmen, readers' representatives and editors around the nation. More columns and information about ombudsmen in the U.S. and around the world can be found at the Organization of News Ombudsmen website (which has a permanent link on the right side of this page).

The Washington Post, "The service behind the prizes"

Sacramento Bee -- public editor, "News of Iraq is back - as readers say it should be"; editor, "Honest effort in changing times for newspapers"

NPR, "Should NPR link to violent, anti-Muslim video?"

The New York Times, "The blur between analysis and opinion"

PBS, " 'Let's blame the readers' "

The Salt Lake Tribune, "FLDS coverage important to this state"

The San Diego Union-Tribune, "Words and their pesky definitions"

Atlanta Journal-Constitution, "The Wright stuff, or, more about bias or lack thereof"

Hartford Courant, "Recognizing in-house excellence"

Chicago Tribune, "Relishing tales of doing good"

Florida Times-Union (Jacksonville), "Cleaning up cyber comments"

The News&Observer (Raleigh), "Online study brings more questions than answers"

The Plain Dealer (Cleveland), "Answers to some nagging questions"

 

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