The Shop Talk panelists discuss the decision by several schools of journalism to change their names.
The Shop Talk panelists discuss the case of a newspaper sports reporter in Massachusetts who was fired for including in his story a quote that made a couple local schools look bad.
The Shop Talk panelists discuss a Poynter NewsU survey about journalism education.
This week's topic is about a survey of Americans' trust of news sources.
The Poynter Institute reports the survey was commissioned by Craiglist founder Craig Newmark. A polling firm interviewed 1,001 people. Land line phones and cell phones were called.
The survey found newspapers are the most trusted source of news -- 22% of respondents considered newspapers to be credible. 21% chose cable and network news.