This year’s “best-ofs” from E&P columnist/ contributor Rob Tornoe


 Rob Tornoe is a journalist/ cartoonist for the award-winning Philadelphia Inquirer, where some of his work (including political spoofs from Al Gore to Peanuts) is syndicated and internationally recognized. Tornoe also writes & illustrates each month for Editor & Publisher about the many aspects of the news publishing industry. 

In this 166th episode of “E&P Reports,” internationally recognized journalist/ cartoonist Rob Tornoe reviews some of his 2022 monthly contributions to E&P Magazine, which include his March 2022 interview with The New York Times's David Leonhardt on “The polarization of pandemic reporting.”

Also discussed is Tornore's April 2022 column looking at editorial cartoonist David Fitzsimmons. May 2022’s look at how the Pulitzer prize category changes left illustrators feeling slighted. An August 2022 in-depth column focused on Twitter’s possible overuse by newsrooms. And, a well-researched and sourced piece in September 2022 examined how to keep political reporting from becoming polarized. And there's so much more.    


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