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A psychiatrist at a detention center where the man who killed five people at the Capital Gazette newspaper has been held will be limited to testifying about her personal observations and won’t … more
The story of climate change is a global one. But journalism often reflects the priorities, perspectives and interests of the rich countries, which are both the world’s largest polluters and … more
For more than 15 years, Global Voices has worked with local journalists, translators, activists, researchers and civil society actors around the world to promote understanding across borders. The … more
On Memorial Day 2020, a Black man died while in police custody in Minneapolis. As we now know, that man was George Floyd and there was a reason he died.A police officer kneeled on his neck for 9 … more
Reporters are accusing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo (D) of increasingly limiting press access as allegations against him have mounted.They say Cuomo is cutting off reporters who ask difficult questions … more
As other publishers kick the tires on identity technologies designed to replace third-party cookies, The New York Times is ruling them out. In a conversation with Digiday, the publisher’s svp … more
This week, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg granted a rare, live, hourlong interview to a tech journalist, where he revealed the company’s plans for a slew of new audio products. Normally, such a … more
In 2018, a group of publishers in Sydney, Australia were told by a Facebook executive that the platform was on a mission to revitalize journalism. For the media companies that refused to work with … more
Hedge fund Alden Global Capital probably violated federal pension protections by putting $294 million of its newspaper employees’ pension savings into its own funds, according to a Labor … more
ATTN: the digital media company that focuses on social change content, has landed a 7-figure deal with TikTok to produce videos for a new initiative called "TikTok for Good," ATTN: co-founder Matthew … more
When Crystal Good was sixteen years old, she tried to buy one of the last Black newspapers in West Virginia. “Looking back, I’m not sure how I thought I was going to pay for it,” … more
The New York Times Company said on Thursday that it would not voluntarily recognize a newly formed union of tech and digital employees, instructing the group to put the matter to a formal vote … more
BBC News presenter Ros Atkins and I often talk about “pinch yourself moments” when it comes to 50:50 The Equality Project – a grassroots initiative he started at the heart of the … more
Twenty or even ten years ago, nearly 50 percent of publishers’ costs came from print production, (particularly with newsprint), and distribution. This has since dropped to 21.4 percent.Instead, … more
Journalists have covered a deadly pandemic, unnerving attacks on the U.S. Capitol, stark racial injustice, mass shootings, and (much) more in the past year. Many are doing their jobs while worrying … more
How do people view media they come across in everyday life, and what can that tell us about why they do (and do not) trust the news they encounter? In early 2021, the Reuters Institute held a series … more
Hong Kong’s police chief warned journalists they could be investigated for reporting “fake news.” A newspaper controlled by the Chinese government called for a ban on the … more
New York Times executives informed staff on Wednesday that employees will receive several “Global Days Off” this year to deal with the stress of working during the coronavirus pandemic … more
Journalists working for the storied newspapers of Tribune Publishing Company are racing against the most intense deadline of their careers to find new owners for their company before May … more
By now, many (if not most) of us have seen the cellphone video of the murder of George Floyd by Minnesota Police officer Derek Chauvin multiple times. The video—captured by a Black teenager … more
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