Headlines

Glenn Greenwald, Laura Poitras, Jeremy Scahill, and John Cook | The Intercept | 10/30/2014
Matt Taibbi, who joined First Look Media just seven months ago, left the company on Tuesday.
Jared Malsin | CJR | 10/30/2014
In 2014, Israel again allowed journalists to enter Gaza.
Marc Fisher | Washington Post | 10/30/2014
At his farewell, colleagues, friends and family remembered him as a symbol of what journalism might achieve.
Amy Mitchell | Pew Research Center | 10/30/2014
Among the 36 news organizations we asked about, which one do Americans trust most?
Christine Temple | Springfield News-Leader | 10/29/2014
The quotes were provided to The Standard by MSU students who recently organized a silent demonstration on race relations
Theo Padnos | New York Times Magazine | 10/29/2014
Theo Padnos was kidnapped in Syria in October 2012
Sam Charles | Chicago Sun-Times | 10/29/2014
The union argues that the most recent collective bargaining agreement precludes the city from turning over any such records because they should have been destroyed after no more than seven years
Jim Romenesko | Jim Romenesko.com | 10/28/2014
Lynn Monty was laid off from Gannett’s Burlington Free Press after refusing to interview to keep her job – a process she calls “degrading and demoralizing.”
Audree Lopez | Downtown Devil | 10/28/2014
While the journalism industry may not be the industry audiences once knew, the future is about reshaping and finding out how to reach an audience, said Brian Stelter, senior media correspondent for CNN Worldwide and the host of “Reliable Sources.”
Eleanor Klibanoff | NPR | 10/28/2014
"Journalism is my calling, the print media is my struggle and independence is my motto," says 42-year-old Solange Lusiku Nsimire, a Congolese editor and mother of six.
Mariah Stewart and Ryan J. Reilly | Huffington Post | 10/28/2014
FERGUSON, Mo. -- As demonstrations have dragged on in this suburb of St. Louis since a police officer killed Michael Brown in August, some protesters have begun focusing their anger not only at the police but also at members of the media they believe have misrepresented both the 18-year-old and their movement.
Mallory Perryman | PBS | 10/28/2014
The students in the introductory journalism course at the University of Wisconsin-Madison always respond with a collective groan when we arrive at “data week” on the syllabus.
Roy Greenslade | The Guardian | 10/28/2014
Governments are falling short in their efforts to combat impunity in the killing of journalists, with 90% of murderers walking free, according to a report issued by the Committee to Protect Journalists (CPJ).
Ravi Somaiya | New York Times | 10/27/2014
Press Release | McClatchy Company | 10/24/2014
Editor and Publisher Staff | 10/30/2014