The South by Southwest conference and festival celebrated its 30th anniversary this past week in Austin, Texas. From March 10 through 19, the annual pilgrimage of entrepreneurs, artists, businesses and interactive organizations proved the conference has grown even larger and more influential over the past
Jenni Monet was arrested and charged with “engaging in a riot” while covering the Standing Rock protests. She speaks with MediaFile about her experiences, and her perspective on the #NoDAPL movement as an Native American journalist.
There seems to have been an uptick in media catering towards millennial women, with Washington Post’s The Lily being the latest to join in.
Google, The Los Angeles Times, The Washington Post, and The New York Times round out our top picks for this week. Google – The women missing from the silver screen and the technology used to find them This article discussing a new technology is simply incredible.
From a young age, Jeff Kofman knew he wanted to be in the world of news reporting. As a former CBS and ABC foreign correspondent, Kofman earned an Emmy among other awards for his work covering breaking news events including the Chilean Mine Rescue, Hurricane
Rachel Maddow’s report on Trump’s 2005 tax returns caused quite a stir – but did the news really live up to the hype?
President Trump’s budget proposal takes deep cuts into federal funds reserved for the arts – including money that goes to NPR and PBS.
Foreigners who support a boycott of Israel are now banned from entering the country ISRAEL – The Israeli Knesset passed a bill on Monday night that will bar foreigners who have made “public calls” supporting the international boycott movement against Israel and its settlements in
A Syrian refugee in Germany lost his injunction suit against Facebook, in which he sought to make Facebook responsible for filtering out content that falsely linked him to crime or terrorism. A court in Würzburg on Tuesday ruled that the social media giant does not
Gossip journalism has always drawn eyes and gained intrigue. Whether a rumor is about a member of a politician’s family, or a regular person who just happened to stumble into overnight Internet fame—journalists pounce on any information they can find in order to get an