NLP-Scripps partnership featured on Cincinnati’s NPR affiliate

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NLP’s recently announced partnership with the E.W. Scripps Company was the topic of a segment today on Cincinnati Edition, a public affairs program on NPR affiliate WVXU. Alan Miller, NLP’s founder and CEO, and Scripps CEO Adam Symson explained how — and why — Scripps and NLP are teaming up to help people become savvy news consumers and to recognize quality journalism and the important role it plays in a democracy.

 

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Our first annual report reflects NLP’s considerable progress

by Greg McCaffery and Alan C. Miller We are gratified to note that we achieved or exceeded most of our goals for the first year across our programs, communications and finances and for our impact metrics with educators and students. In areas where we fell short, we are working to improve this year. Read the…

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NLP’s Adams, on NPR podcast, offers advice on spotting misinformation

Peter Adams, NLP’s senior vice president of education, discussed our work and offered tips for spotting misinformation on the Oct. 31 episode of the NPR podcast Life Kit, hosted by Miles Parks (starting at 10:50). Adams explains how to spot misinformation shared by others and explores how people can recognize when they aren’t reacting objectively…

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Classroom Connection: Twitter’s ban on political ads

In marked contrast to recent statements by Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg, Twitter co-founder and CEO Jack Dorsey announced in a series of tweets last Wednesday that his social media platform would ban all political advertising starting Nov. 22, explaining that “this isn’t about free expression” — as Zuckerberg has argued — and that…

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