Less than two weeks into protests over the death of George Floyd and police brutality against African Americans, there have been more than 300 attacks on press freedom during coverage of the nationwide demonstrations.
Deputy Editor in Chief Caroline Corbett, Editor in Chief Rob Cline, International Editor Shayna Greene and International Writer Michael Kohler reflect on the media’s role in the politics of climate change, the implications for press freedom post-Khashoggi and Acosta, and the boom of anecdotal “news”
President Trump sat down with A.G. Sulzberger, Publisher of the New York Times, to discuss the administration’s “fake news” rhetoric.
Are Sinclair’s controversial “must-runs” really an industry standard?
Because good journalism is always trendy.
While many members of the press who were arrested on Inauguration Day have been released, journalists Aaron Cantú still faces felony charges.
The United Kingdom might be seeing its own version of the infamous Gawker versus Hogan case play out in its own legal system, but with a twist. Section 40 is a new law that if enacted, will force publishers to pay for the legal expenses