Gina M. Masullo
Gina M. Masullo is a professor of journalism and assistant director of the Center for Media Engagement at the University of Texas at Austin; author of Online Incivility and Public Debate: Nasty Talk; and editor of Scandal in a Digital Age. She contributes to API’s Research Review series, which highlights academic research that could be relevant and useful to the news industry.
How female TV journalists deal with the emotional toll of harassment
This piece is part of API’s Research Review series, which highlights academic research that could be relevant and useful to the news industry. We also hope that this series will spark ideas among academics with an interest in researching the news. Harassment of female television journalists – both online and offline – happens frequently, often daily. Most […]
How journalists are using DocumentCloud to support facts in their stories
Anti-press sentiment, fueled in no small part by President Trump, has left news organizations looking for new ways to bolster lagging trust. One way to increase trust is to improve the transparency of newsrooms by making journalists’ information-gathering processes more visible to the public. Some newsrooms are accomplishing this by using DocumentCloud, an online platform […]