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China's propaganda machine has ramped up in the past week, targeting two foreign journalists with verbal and online attacks over their coverage of Uyghur Muslims in China's Xinjiang … more
For cable outlets including CNN, ratings are a kind of deity. Every day, producers receive viewer numbers. What people have watched previously determines their coverage. If immigration and climate … more
It has been filled over seven decades with reporters, editors, photographers, designers, salespeople, press operators, executives, custodians and countless other employees. Now, nearly 75 years after … more
The pandemic has irreversibly transformed newsrooms around the world. During WAN-IFRA’s second Asian Media Leaders eSummit top editors offered their views on the shape and activities of the … more
Gender stereotyping in the media has a significant impact on how women and gender minorities are perceived. In turn, it affects their opportunities to fully and effectively participate in public … more
Mel Magazine has not left the building. Josh Schollmeyer, the editor-In-chief of the internet’s foremost twisted, hilarious, poignant, deranged, and assiduously one-of-a-kind men’s … more
The pandemic gave us a new vocabulary to describe everyday life — Zoom, anyone? — and editors at the Associated Press Stylebook have been working to keep up.AP first published its … more
A boutique conservative consultancy group working on behalf of Rep. Matt Gaetz is threatening to sue journalists for their coverage of the embattled congressman.The entity, Logan Circle Group, is run … more
Just half a mile from the Minneapolis intersection where George Floyd died last summer, a small team of journalists covered the story as it evolved from neighborhood news to a global … more
Some of America’s biggest newsrooms are looking to fill vacancies at the top of their mastheads. As editors announce new career trajectories or retirement plans, the newsrooms they leave … more
The Western Iowa Journalism Foundation was formed amid the pandemic to try to address the decline of journalism in the region. The foundation’s goal is to funnel philanthropic aid toward local … more
Cassie Haynes is the co-founder and co-executive director of Resolve Philly. In 2018, she joined Jean Friedman-Rudovsky, who was leading the collaborative reporting project Broke in Philly, to grow … more
The Drum catches up with CNN, Reach and the Washington Post to talk about how the modern media sales house offering has evolved this past year as eyeballs moved, budgets froze and the needs of … more
A lot has been written about how working from home has made newsroom work harder. But for journalists with disabilities who previously struggled to access physical offices, public transport or places … more
Relationships matter. As humans, we diverge from acting out of self-interest to accommodate the people with whom we have relationships. This might mean little things like saying “thank … more
Brandy Zadrozny is a reporter and former librarian. She is one of the key voices in the depressingly relevant reporting beat of disinformation, politics, and conspiracy. For years now, Brandy has … more
The only resource of its kind, unpublishingthenews.com launched today to help journalists confront the rising pressures to “unpublish” — a digital-age dilemma that challenges … more
Mirror staff are being polled on whether they would support industrial action against a proposed pay rise of 1%.All eligible staff at the Mirror national titles were told last month they would … more
Despite a slight increase since 2016, the public’s low level of trust in the mainstream media is of deep concern for the future of journalism.Nearly half of people surveyed listed inaccuracies, … more
Unions representing employees at two prominent podcasting companies owned by Spotify, the audiostreaming giant, announced Wednesday that they had ratified their first labor contracts.The larger of … more
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