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The most commented piece of data of the 2019 edition of Reuters Institute Digital News Report involves the growth of people who choose to avoid or even reject news. Beyond the impact for the industry, it epitomizes a growing disconnect between those … more
The Chicago Defender will cease print operations next week, ending a storied 114-year newspaper legacy that included driving the Great Migration of African Americans to Chicago from the South and bolstering the black electorate as a key constituency … more
More than 200 cartoonists signed a declaration seeking the recognition of cartooning as a fundamental right. The declaration was submitted to UNESCO officials last month in Addis Ababa during the World Press Freedom Day conference on May 3. French … more
A parliamentary committee on Friday announced an inquiry into the impact of Australian law enforcement and intelligence powers on press freedom following police raids on a media organization and a journalist’s home. Australian media organizations … more
French President Emmanuel Macron will maintain the presidential press room inside the Elysee Palace, backtracking on earlier plans to restrict media access to the heart of French power, as he seeks to fix a bumpy relationship with the media in … more
Outside London's Waterloo station, stacks of the Evening Standard are regularly demolished by frazzled commuters heading home. The paper chiefly covers lifestyle rather than hard news, but a straw poll of readers nevertheless reveals unease that a … more
When it comes to content, The Economist takes the view that value trumps volume, a view that extends to its email newsletters. That’s why it has honed design and content changes to its two flagship newsletters so they act as standalone editorial … more
GFR Media is a family-owned business in transition — not only because its home was hit by a devestating hurricane two years ago. I heard quite a bit about the news brand and the effectHurricane María had on it in New York at the INMA World … more
Who really bombed the oil tankers in the Persian Gulf two weeks ago? Was it Iran, as the Trump administration assured us? Or was it Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates or Israel—or some combination of the three? Here’s a confession from two … more
Daphne Caruana Galizia was driving away from her home in October 2017 when a bomb planted under the seat of her car was remotely triggered, killing her instantly. Caruana Galizia was a renowned anti-corruption journalist who had published damaging … more
Earlier this month, a company called Mogul News launched a news app that curates article content from three media outlets: Bloomberg, The Financial Times, and The Economist. If you were to subscribe to each of these publications separately, it … more
In late May, a 32-year-old woman living outside Madrid killed herself after a sex video she’d taken of herself five years earlier resurfaced. (For privacy reasons, I won’t identify the woman.) The video was circulated within several WhatsApp … more
Google has agreed to change how it publishes news in New Zealand after it was criticised for breaching a court order in a high-profile murder case. Google had refused to tighten publication standards after it sent an email to users in December … more
The UK competition watchdog has launched an investigation into the way Google and Facebook collect and exploit personal data and have used their power to dominate the £13bn UK digital advertising market. The Competition and Markets Authority’s … more
I am writing this on a terrace in an olive grove in southern Greece. The waves are breaking a hundred yards away, early cicadas are rasping, swifts are grazing on the clouds of aerial plankton over the mountain, and my children are somewhere in the … more
Misinformation is so common after mass shootings that Google has had to tweak its algorithm to compensate, a senior search engineer at the company has revealed. Pandu Nayak, who joined the company 14 years ago to work on its search engine, told … more
Last Saturday, the far-right Proud Boys group held a rally in Portland, Oregon. Left-wing groups, including the Portland branch of the militant antifa group, put together a counterprotest—whose attendees clashed with the Proud Boys. But the most … more
Fox News Channel wrapped up another quarter as the most-watched network on cable television, running its streak in total day to 12 consecutive quarters at No. 1, and 70 consecutive quarters at No. 1 in cable news. It was also the most-watched basic … more
The BBC has further cut the salaries of its big beast male news broadcasters while nudging up pay for top female talent as it strains to uphold a pledge to close its gender pay gap by the end of 2020. The corporation today revealed its latest pay … more
One-third of Americans say the news media is "the enemy of the people," according to a new Hill-Harris X poll survey. The poll, released Monday, found that the sentiment is strongest among Republican voters. According to the survey, 51 percent of … more
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