American Journalism Review

  • Should You Swear? 4 Things for Writers to Consider

    …, Tracy Grant, a senior editor at The Washington Post, told the AJR: … we think people don’t expect to see/read/hear profanity when they come to The Washington Post. We’re very comfortable with our position that profanity should be used rarely and only when materially important to the broader journalistic mission. Generally, you’ll have more…

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