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  • User Clip We Expect Them to Happen There

    User Clip: We Expect Them to Happen There

    Prof. Ogletree questions the idea that when violence happens in a place where it's "expected" it merits less attention or thorough coverage from news media.

    • 40 seconds
    • 48 views
  • User Clip The Willie Horton Effect

    User Clip: The "Willie Horton" Effect

    Prof. Ogletree compares this sensationalized media coverage of a crime that occurred in a Black community to the media's role in the "Willie Horton" story.

    • 1 minute
    • 26 views
  • User Clip Is crime news

    User Clip: Is crime news?

    If you only chase firetrucks, you'll only cover fires.

    • 1 minute
    • 13 views
  • User Clip Black Leaders

    User Clip: Black Leaders

    Managing Editor of the Bay State Banner questions the Boston Herald's use of the term 'Black Leaders,' noting that the Herald would never use the term 'White Leaders.'

    • 30 seconds
    • 12 views
  • User Clip Reliance on the police

    User Clip: Reliance on the police

    Tom Morgan, President of the NABJ, raises the issue of media relying on the police for information without corroborating the police's public statements.

    • 34 seconds
    • 9 views