Roy Peter Clark

Poynter Institute for Media Studies

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Journalist and Vice President of the Poynter Institute for Media Studies, a journalism think-tank in St. Petersburg, Florida

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American news media are divided over whether to publish the images that infuriated Muslim extremists and apparently led to yesterday's massacre at Charlie Hebdo.

To Publish or Not to Publish: Charlie Hebdo and American Media

American news media are divided over whether to publish the images that infuriated Muslim extremists and apparently led to yesterday's massacre at Charlie Hebdo.

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