Kelly McBride

Poynter Institute

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Vice president of academic programs at the Poynter Institute, where she is an expert on media ethics

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True crime has long been a popular niche in books and TV.

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True crime has long been a popular niche in books and TV.

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The LA Times, cooperating with the Columbia School of Journalism, recently published a hard-hitting series on Exxon.

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