Less than two weeks after Attorney General William Barr told Congress that Special Counsel Robert Mueller did not draw a definitive conclusion as to whether President Donald Trump obstructed justice, The New York Times reported that members of Mueller’s team had told associates that Barr failed to adequately portray their findings, which they said were more troubling for Trump than Barr presented them to be.
In Episode 3, Caroline Corbett, Rob Cline, Avi Bajpai, and Michael Kohler discuss the rise of investigative journalism under Trump, media coverage of Iran sanctions and the ICJ, the future of MeToo reporting after Kavanaugh, and a brand new report on Twitter’s fake news problem.
Edited by Amalia Mobley and Caroline Corbett
In any breaking news situation, misinformation bound to run amok. The YouTube shooting was no exception.
Smartwatches have the potential to change the game in news consumption.
Woman emerges from swirling debris after mudslide in Peru Weeks of rain in Peru have caused rivers to rise and people to flee. At least 62 people have been killed and more than 100 injured after heavy rain continued its wave of destruction since the
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 On Monday, Associated Press (AP) Vice President of Standards
On November 17th, BBC News reporter John Sudworth went to the outskirts of Beijing to interview an independent candidate in a local election. Instead of getting the interview, Sudworth was met by an anonymous group of men preventing him and his camera crew from even stepping
We’re only 24 hours out from Election Day, and TV news networks are prepping for their Tuesday night, wall-to-wall election night coverage. Last year, coverage was watched by 66.84 million viewers according to Nielsen. Americans are looking to news networks to inform them about which