Chinese officials banned BBC World News on Feb. 12, a week after the U.K. pulled the license of state-owned broadcaster CGTN, in response to reporting on China’s early handling of the COVID-19 pandemic and human rights abuses in Xinjiang.
Clubhouse, a new invite-only social media platform connecting users through group audio chats, is already changing the way people communicate online and consume news.
After four years of being “hollowed out,” the U.S. Foreign Service looks ahead to rebuilding and tackling new foreign policy problems. Ambassadors Eric Rubin and Marc Grossman discuss the future of America’s diplomatic force on episode 13 of LTNS.
At least nine journalists were arrested by Indian authorities for their coverage of recent protests by Indian farmers. Critics decried the arrests as an assault on a free press and demanded the journalists’ immediate release.
Experts fear a local news “extinction-level event” as COVID-19 worsens local news deserts across the country. Here’s a look at these emerging problems for the industry and what is being done to solve them.
CNN anchor Erin Burnett faced criticism last week for participating in a Saudi investment conference decried by critics as an exercise in propaganda to rehabilitate the regime’s image following the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018.
The media has been overly optimistic that the incoming Biden administration will offer a complete reprieve from the Trump era, exalting the president-elect at a time when maintaining a critical view of our leaders is crucial.
The Orlando Sentinel and Right Wisconsin rescinded their endorsements of Republican candidates for Congress who supported a lawsuit that sought to overturn election results in four key swing states.
A Wall Street Journal op-ed targeting Jill Biden’s usage of the prefix “Dr.” received widespread backlash from the incoming Biden administration and women holding doctorates, among others.
The days-long vote-counting process and the manner in which television networks covered the election returns has renewed a longstanding debate over objectivity in covering voting, elections and politics at large.