While the 2010s featured the rise of social media and new reporting technologies, attacks and threats against journalists have brought increased concerns on the state of press freedom around the world.
Racist and bias-related incidents on college campuses across the country have left new challenges for student journalists.
Editor-in-Chief Celine Castronuovo, Podcast Director Michael Kohler, Editor-at-large Rob Cline and politics writer James Smathers relaunch The MediaPod series by discussing the media’s role in the impeachment process, the social media platform political ad wars, billionaires in the 2020 news cycle, and press freedom during recent military
The Freedom House 2019 report revealed a downward trend in global press freedom, specifically in the U.S., China, Hungary, India and Vietnam.
The news you missed last month included Apple deals in Russia to journalists in Indonesia to art in Uganda to so many other incredible stories around the world.
Turkey, December 5 Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests Turkish authorities seek arrest of journalist Dundar over 2013 protests https://t.co/zIygjrgvA4 — Can Dündar (@candundaradasi) December 5, 2018 After the attempted coup in Turkey in 2016, President Erdogan has cracked down on
Freelance journalist Maha Assabalani shares her experiences as a female journalist from the Middle East with MediaFile co-international editor Celine Castronuovo in Paris.
Last month, the arrests of journalists, online censorship and attacks on the media sparked global press freedom concerns.
As anti-government protests in Nicaragua become more violent, journalists and media outlets are at more risk.
The plight of Rohingya migrants continues, but only local outlets seem to be the only ones covering it