With NBC’s new Snapchat-exclusive broadcast in the mix, broadcast news has been gaining traction on the social media app.
Columbia’s new data journalism program comes at a steep price, and an opportune time.
Buzzfeed: A one-stop shop for listicles, quizzes, and relevant reporting. It’s time they get the respect they deserve.
With international media, it’s hard to say if cultural ties create divisions in news and if technology is enough to create convergence.
Your view of Parks and Rec’s Leslie Knope is probably tied to your politics.
Editors are being encouraged to leave with buyouts to make room for more reporting roles – trading out experience for digital-driven content.
“Fake news” – an infamous term that gets tossed around, but do these claims have the stuff to back it up?
Yemen’s humanitarian crisis has been difficult to cover, as journalists are having trouble gaining access to the country.
From a reporter’s own experiences in Maoist China: Government information can be false, but still have an effect on you.
Dispatch from Politicon 2017: Daily Wire’s Ben Shapiro and The Young Turk’s Cenk Ugyur battle head-to-head on all things political.