It was a big year for the media, as well as for CJR, so we wanted to reflect on some of our most-read stories from the last 12 months. We’ve also been keeping an eye on what you had to say—so enjoy some of your Twitter comments paired with our top five pieces of 2015.
Columnist Trevor Timm dished out this piece chastising the media for being quick to turn on the award-winning reporter.
— Brent Staples (@BrentNYT) May 15, 2015
— David Sirota (@davidsirota) May 23, 2015
Columbia Journalism School deans Steve Coll and Sheila Coronel and researcher Derek Kravitz investigated the disastrous piece by Sabrina Rubin Erdely.
— WisconsinWatch.org (@WisWatch) April 8, 2015
— Mark Orwoll (@orwoll) April 7, 2015
CJR Delacorte Fellow Danny Funt profiled The New York Times columnist, and discovered he’s got a new purpose in life.
— Ruth Graham (@publicroad) November 4, 2015
— Emma Green (@emmaogreen) November 4, 2015
Former CJR Delacorte Fellow Chris Ip peered inside the inner workings of the millennial-focused media company.
— Kevin Douglas Grant (@kevindgrant) July 6, 2015
— Megan Hess (@mhess4) July 14, 2015
United States Project correspondent Jonathan W. Peters explained the legal reasoning behind reporters’ access to the Mizzou protest.
— Ragdoll (@MissusBojangles) November 11, 2015
— Andrea Panciera (@andreapanciera) November 11, 2015