“Her voice will be featured on the site, but that doesn’t mean that her opinion is the site’s point of view.” (Day-to-day editorial operations are overseen by editorial director Steve Snyder, formerly of Time and People, though Brown is listed as the site’s editor-in-chief.) Brown has said that news consumers don’t believe journalists are completely objective anyway, so why not be open about having a bias?
But at least one person is crying foul about lack of transparency: An education reporter who claims to have interviewed for a potential job at The Seventy Four was allegedly told that the newsroom would avoid critical investigations of charter schools, leaving that coverage to daily news people who would only write quick hits.
Additionally, the news site announced that it will host a series of live forums in New Hampshire and Iowa, moderated by Brown and others, that will feature prominent elected officials, political experts, and education leaders to discuss the challenges facing America’s education system.’s first political forum, the New Hampshire Education Summit, sponsored by the American Federation for Children, will be held on August 19 in New Hampshire and livestreamed on the website. for the 2015 Iowa Education Summit, where voices from the Democrat Party will have an opportunity to share their view of education reform.
Confirmed participants thus far include former Florida Gov. In an interview with Breitbart News, Brown said, “This presidential campaign I think is a real moment where education has the potential to be front and center in a way that it hasn’t been before for a number of reasons.” “You have a candidate on the Republican side, Jeb Bush, who had long been passionate about education reform, you have this debate going on about Common Core among the different Republicans,” she continued, “and then you have Hillary Clinton being pulled to the left by the teachers’ union – getting the endorsement of the AFT…
“In doing so, taking sides and highlighting what is working and what is not working is necessary and something we will not shy away from.” An opinion piece Brown wrote for the site’s launch explains that The Seventy Four is both advocacy and journalism, a claim that has fired up longtime critics like education analyst and historian Diane Ravitch and journalists who doubt that balanced reporting is possible coming from a site helmed by a broadcast journalist with highly public views on teachers’ unions (nay) and charter schools (yea).
“Campbell has been an incredible advocate, but Campbell and the site are two different things,” The Seventy Four cofounder and CEO Romy Drucker said.
As we reported here, just as “Palestine Pete” Peter Jennings “dated” (euphemism) Palestinian supermodel Hanan Ashrawi, Brown “dated” (euphemism?
) slimy Saudi spokesman and Islamist apologist Adel Al-Jubeir.
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And she won the Emmy Award as part of the NBC team reporting on Hurricane Katrina. Campbell Brown is the American news reporter and anchorwoman whose birth name is Alma Dale Campbell Brown. Jim Brown and her mother name is Dale Campbell and she has two sisters.
She was born on 14 June 1968 in Ferriday, Louisiana, United States of America. She got her education at the Louisiana State University.