Even though Professor Dave Karpf teaches a lecture titled “So You’ve Been Publicly Shamed on Twitter” in his Strategic Communication class at George Washington University, he never imagined a throwaway joke about a New York Times columnist would catapult him into the middle of a
Nearly three months after the release of his 448-page report on Russian interference in the 2016 election, former special counsel Robert Mueller publicly testified that he had not exonerated President Trump of obstruction of justice last Wednesday. During his almost seven hour testimony before two
Mark Halperin, veteran journalist accused of sexually harassing several women during his time as political director at ABC News, has been quietly attempting to step back into the industry after years of silence. Last month Halperin began tweeting again after a nearly two-year hiatus. On
Press Secretary Sarah Sanders privately admitted to misleading reporters during a press conference on May 10, 2017.
President Trump’s reelection campaign released a memo suggesting that TV producers should think twice about booking guests who previously spoke of evidence of collusion between Trump’s 2016 campaign and Russia.
Fox News, MSNBC, and CNN collectively broadcast the content most Americans use to guide their understanding of current events. However, these networks are gaining a reputation for content that suggests bias for the corporate and personal interests of their parent organizations. As a result, media
News networks have begun fact-checking Trump’s claims in their broadcasts’ chyrons.
With the victories of progressive candidate Andrew Gillum and Trump-endorsed Ron DeSantis, the media coverage of Florida’s primaries have played an interesting role in bucking the establishment.
News outlets are using the emerging facts of Paul Manafort’s trial to promote their own political agenda – here’s how.
Has cable news been good for our media diets?