The merger of two large media conglomerates, Gannett and Gatehouse Media, is stoking fears about media consolidation and the decline of local newspapers. As of August 6, according to USA Today, Gannet was bought out by New Media Investment Group, the holding company that owns
Almost two years after #MeToo launched, coverage of the movement has expanded to around the world where women in different countries stand up against sexual harassment, abusive work environments and exploitations of power.
Late in the morning Saturday, August 3, audiences began receiving news alerts with initial reports of a mass shooting at a Walmart in El Paso, Texas. A total of 22 people have been confirmed dead since the attack. Less than 24 hours later, a shooter
The New York Times received intense criticism on Monday night for a front page headline about President Trump’s response to two horrific mass shootings which happened over the weekend. The headline read: “Trump Urges Unity Vs. Racism.” After a preview of the front page was
Twenty Democratic presidential candidates took the stage in Detroit, Michigan for two nights of debates last week that were criticized for encouraging conflict instead of examining substantive policy issues. CNN, the host and broadcaster of the debates, opened the show with a 3-minute introduction featuring
Nearly three months after the release of his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, former special counsel Robert Mueller publicly testified that he had not exonerated President Trump of obstruction of justice last Wednesday. During his almost seven hour testimony before two
More than two years into the Trump presidency, the revolving door between the White House and Fox News continues to spin. The latest member of the Trump administration to join Fox is Raj Shah, former White House deputy press secretary. Shah, who worked under former
As pride month comes to a close, International Editor Shayna Greene looks at media coverage of both the progress and lack there of for LGBTQIA+ communities around the world.
In Episode #04 of Long Time, No See, Michael sat down with Dr. Edwin Chapman to discuss the consequences of the Washington, D.C. Opioid Crisis. Now, in Episode #06, he discusses the political angle and the future of the crisis in the city with Dr. Chapman
As Democratic presidential candidates vie to maximize their media coverage, the question of whether candidates should hold a Fox News town hall has become a litmus test on the campaign trail. The most prominent candidate who has refused to participate is Sen. Elizabeth Warren, who