Student media across the nation as been feeling the censorship heat – according to a new study.
The following article contains graphic images. “Tonight we have no house, it’s bombed & I got in rubble. I saw deaths and I almost died” – @AlabedBana. Bana Alabed tweets. She’s a seven-year-old girl living in Aleppo, Syria. Her Twitter account is managed by her
Unpaid internships: the once-slick maneuver for media companies to save on operating costs while gaining able, eager minds looking for “real-world, hands on experience.” Except now, those minds are becoming apt at recognizing their worth – and they’re starting to fight back. In 2011, following his work as an
This is the fifth piece in a series of op-eds about polling in the election. Read the previous piece here. John E. Newhagen is an associate professor emeritus at the University of Maryland’s Philip Merrill College of Journalism. Post-election analysis is awash with commentary and analysis asking how
Despite President-elect Donald Trump’s repeated claims (of course, via his Twitter account) that the New York Times is “failing,” the newspaper has actually been experiencing historic surges in paid subscriptions since election day. According to CNN Money, the Times has seen its largest subscription increase, in the month following the
In Germany this week, Chancellor Angela Merkel called for a ban on the “full veil” for Muslim women within the country. Germany, a country that has welcomed nearly one million immigrants this year, has taken a more conservative turn with this decision after recent attacks
There is an expectation that the media always needs to be correct. They need to understand the entire country and every situation. Although that is an unrealistic expectation, the expectation that they will do their best is reasonable. In this election, journalists did not do
Each Thursday, MediaFile’s Business section publishes an overview of the past week’s news in media organizations and industry. Have a tip, see something we missed, or want to put something on our radar? E-mail Shiplett@Mediafiledc.com. Making Headlines An unfounded conspiracy theory prompted violence on Sunday, when
Technology and education have increasingly merged as people experiment with innovative ways of connecting with their audiences. The White House is no exception. On Thursday, the White House, in collaboration with both the White House Historical Association and Nexus Studios, released an app called 1600
The Tomi Lahren and Trevor Noah debate had gained serious traction on Facebook. What does this mean for future political discourse?