Covering Trump’s “Delay the Election” Tweet
The media quickly dismissed President Trump’s tweet about delaying the election, but should the press raise more alarm about it?

Are Candidate Endorsements By Newspapers Worth The Grief?
When The Boston Globe endorsed Senator Ed Markey in the Democratic primary, Joe Kennedy’s campaign attacked the paper for preserving the status quo of its “disproportionately white, well-off” readers.

The Journalistic Ethics Of Resuming Pro Sports
Now that more than a dozen Miami Marlins players have tested positive for coronavirus, do sports journalists have an ethical obligation to think twice before calling for the return of sports?

Ed Ansin’s Legacy
The owner of WHDH-Channel 7 perfected the use of breaking news headlines and sensational stories to drive up ratings, but some critics say he cheapened the quality of local TV news.

On this week’s edition of Beat The Press, guest host Adam Reilly was joined by Callie Crossley of WGBH News, Joanna Weiss of Northeastern University’s Experience Magazine, former NECN anchor Mike Nikitas, and Northeastern University’s Dan Kennedy.