Director, Journalism and Media Ethics
Subramaniam (Subbu) Vincent is director for the Journalism and Media Ethics program. Subbu's focus is on developing tools and frameworks to help advance new norms in journalism practice, ethical news product design and new vocabulary and signals to help the public process and demand ethical media. During 2017-18, Subbu was Tech Lead for The Trust Project at the Markkula Center. Prior to working for the Center, he was a 2016 John S Knight fellow at Stanford University. In his media career, he was publisher and editor-in-chief for two news magazines in Bangalore, India. Prior to that, he was a software engineer in Silicon Valley. READ FULL BIO
Articles by Subbu Vincent
一道本不卡免费高清Despite Twitter’s, Google’s and Facebook’s varying guidelines for handling political ads, the largest platforms still require additional guardrails to protect our democracy.
一道本不卡免费高清With political advertising, a convened American public, where speech and counter-speech are offered in context, does not have a seat at the table.
一道本不卡免费高清Will Facebook's imminent News Tab feature help the public more seamlessly access credible local and national journalism without stumbling on junk along the way? This is the demand-side question.
一道本不卡免费高清New Facebook policy grants wide berth to politicians’ speech in newsfeed.
一道本不卡免费高清The president’s interest in nuking hurricanes got into the news cycle last month, but one CNN reporter’s news article is an example of thoughtful work under deadline.
Ethical journalism practices require that presidential Tweets not serve as the story.
一道本不卡免费高清The news media is making progress on how to responsibly and ethically report on mass shootings.
A short guide to where Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, and YouTube disagree on content moderation.
How do the U.S. DOJ’s espionage-linked charges against Julian Assange bear press freedom?
This article analyzes some of the media's early judgment of presumed guilt for the Trump campaign's alleged collusion with Russia.
Ethics and the argument for reparations.