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The public’s insight into the recent escape of a psychopathic killer benefitted from reporting by multiple news outlets.
We need to quit allowing a select few mega-businesses to determine how information is dispensed.
Old journalism adage: If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.
Why does Hawaii News Now make it so easy for its sources to hide behind a veil of secrecy?
Our local institutions need whistleblowers to act — like calling a reporter — for the public’s sake.
Is the media telling you the real story of Abigail Kawananakoa or a fawning fairy tale?
As they’re demonized by Trump, journalists are regaining public confidence. It’s the perfect time to be more transparent.
Taxpayers are shoveling more money in, but directors keep leaving. Why isn’t anyone covering it?
Even KITV’s news director acknowledged ethical concerns about having the station’s journalists take part in sponsored cruises.