This information from The Wrap is by Lawrence Yee. Here is an excerpt:
Newspaper editors regularly rejected political cartoons on Donald Trump during his presidency, says Daryl Cagle, who oversees a syndicate of 70 editorial cartoonists that services more than half the 1,400 newspapers in the United States.
“We’ve noticed over the years that editors have become more and more timid and rejecting printing cartoons that express opinions — because we collect stats on each of the cartoons and we can compare the usages between different cartoons,” Cagle explained during TheWrap’s “Conversations on Cancel Culture” series focusing on journalism.
Charlie Hebdo’s editor-in-chief Gerard Briad joined Cagle, Huffpost editor-in-chief Danielle Belton and media strategist Susie Banikarim in the “Cancel Culture in Journalism” panel, which you can watch in full below. The conversation was moderated by TheWrap’s founder and editor in chief Sharon Waxman.
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