Posts Tagged ‘ editorial cartooning ’

Editorial Cartoonist, Rob Rogers, Pulled From Pittsburgh Paper

June 11, 2018
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Editorial Cartoonist, Rob Rogers, Pulled From Pittsburgh Paper

Award-winning editorial cartoonist for The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette, Rob Rogers, had a full week’s worth of cartoons killed by his superiors, an unprecedented editorial move that prompted public backlash in support of the cartoonist. Rogers has subsequently decided to take a vacation while differences between himself and his supervising editor are settled. According to The Washington Post,…

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Ann Telnaes and How Social Media Changed Editorial Cartooning

July 7, 2016
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Ann Telnaes and How Social Media Changed Editorial Cartooning

Pulitzer Prize-winning cartoonist Ann Telnaes is no stranger to the violent and sometimes highly personal backlash and criticism her works incite. In a recent editorial piece for the Columbia Journal Review, Telnaes discusses how social media has become a tool of intimidation and the potential harbinger of self-censorship, fundamentally changing the landscape of editorial cartooning…

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