What does CNN’s lawsuit against the White House mean for press freedom in America?
President Trump’s tendency to pit the media against the justice system is dangerous to our democracy.
On July 8, 2018, the National Union of the Congolese Press (UNPC) announced they had been contacted by two local reporters who claimed to have been unlawfully held by security forces. In their statement to the press, the UNPC explained that Ronelly Ntibonera and Ghislain
Are Sinclair’s controversial “must-runs” really an industry standard?
American diplomats in Turkey have talked press freedom, and have gotten an earful in response.
Earlier this week, the Senate Rules Committee moved to restrict press access to senators on Capitol Hill. The new rule stated that any on-camera interviews taking place on the Hill would require permission from the senator in question, the Senate Rules Committee, the Senate sergeant
A large and seemingly instantaneous protest movement has risen in cities across the nation – including all ages, genders, creeds, and spanning the political spectrum. But how do these protests start, and where does the mass organization come from? The protests occurring almost every day
Student media across the nation as been feeling the censorship heat – according to a new study.
As journalism students and future journalists, we have good reason to be concerned about the Donald J. Trump presidency. We’re fundamentally optimistic, of course. We dream of informing the public, and holding truth to power. We believe in the tenets of democracy, and the role
On Wednesday night, Delphine Halgand, the U.S. Director of Reporters Without Borders, spoke to students at The George Washington University about the importance of press freedom in the international community. The event was jointly hosted by MediaFile and George Washington’s International Affairs Society. The French-national