MediaFile is happy to announce the incoming Editorial Board for the 2017-2018 year, effective May 1. The section editors will assume editorial leadership of their respective sections. The remaining board members will aid in bringing MediaFile’s editorial vision to life. Incoming Editor-in-Chief Julia Arciga and
For The Women in Media series, MediaFile talks to Eve Peyser from VICE about her personal essays, her advice to freelancers, and being a female journalist in the media’s internet-age.
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.
From general praise to sharp critiques and watchful observations – how did President Trump’s #JointAddress play out with the media?
The dates January 20th and 21st have been on everyone’s minds for a long time – and we’re finally here. On Friday, the inauguration for President-Elect Donald J. Trump. On Saturday, the highly-anticipated Women’s March on Washington. The inauguration celebrations kicked off Wednesday night, with
“Rigged.” It’s a word we’ve been hearing a lot. From who? Trump. To whom? Towards the media itself. In the weeks leading up to the final debate and the election itself, the media – whose job is to shine the spotlight on the candidates –
The third, and final, presidential debate of the 2016 election just ended and as expected, Twitter was nothing short of booming. From gifs to quotable one-liners, and policy fact-checks to tactful meme employment – the internet was in full swing. From the #MFDebates team, here
While new media may be breaking new ground, in some ways the mass media establishment still seems to rule the day. Andrew Kaczynski’s “K-File Unit,” which has dug up the some damning anecdotes from politicians’ pasts during this election cycle, has made a big move. While
Tuesday night’s vice presidential debate turned out its lowest ratings since 2000 – for obvious reasons. Other than the VP Debate being notoriously “less newsy” than the coveted Presidential ones, a Mike Pence-Tim Kaine tête-à-tête didn’t really seem all that exciting in the ramp-up. Can’t wait
Last night’s debate was one for the books. Boasting an average of 84 million viewers across the 13 television channels that were broadcasting it, the Trump-Clinton debate has become the most-watched debate in American history, according to Nielsen. It is estimated that “many millions” also