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
When we think about the people most afflicted by the American opioid epidemic, we often think of white, rural communities. But new evidence suggests that most of the reporting and discussion around opioids is overlooking communities of color that are struggling with addiction. In the
A new year of MediaFile means a new Editorial Board.
MediaFile is now in its third year as an online news publication devoted to the evolution of media and why it matters to the public. To reflect the growth of the organization updates have been made to MediaFile. Changes to MediaFile, include updated logos that
As MediaFile moves into its third year of operations, we’ve got a new Editorial Board to lead the way.
MediaFile is happy to announce the incoming Editorial Board for the 2017-2018 year, effective May 1. The section editors will assume editorial leadership of their respective sections. The remaining board members will aid in bringing MediaFile’s editorial vision to life. Incoming Editor-in-Chief Julia Arciga and
MediaFile is excited to announce that Julia Arciga will be the next Editor-in-Chief of MediaFile and Talia Balakirsky will be Deputy Editor of MediaFile, effective at the conclusion of the 2016-2017 academic year. Julia and Talia will assume editorial leadership of MediaFile and work with a
Nearly two years into a court battle between the District of Columbia and the student-run GW Hatchet newspaper over a disputed property tax bill of $17,000, the D.C. Mayor’s Office said it is hoping to “bury the hatchet without burying the Hatchet.” John Falcicchio, chief
The District of Columbia is locked in a nearly two-year court battle against the student-run GW Hatchet at The George Washington University over a disputed property tax bill of $17,000, threatening the financial status of the second-oldest newspaper in the city. In March 2015, the
Journalism isn’t dying. But, it’s changing rapidly. Every day, the news media industry seems to reinvent itself. Business models adapt, sections reorganize, and journalists adjust their focus. Journalism is a crucial tenet of democracy, holding the powerful accountable for its actions. And, oftentimes, journalism transports