Recent media coverage of protests over the death of George Floyd has at times, disproportionately focused on instances of rioting and looting.
More than a year after she resigned as White House Communications Director, Hope Hicks found herself back in the news last Tuesday after she was served with a subpoena for documents and testimony by the House Judiciary Committee. In her coverage of Hicks’ subpoena, New
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For The Women in Media series, MediaFile talks to Eve Peyser from VICE about her personal essays, her advice to freelancers, and being a female journalist in the media’s internet-age.
New York City residents and commuters were collectively startled Monday morning by a blaring notification on their mobile phones. The alert followed the bombing in Manhattan’s Chelsea neighborhood Saturday night. It warned people to look out for suspect Ahmad Khan Rahami, and to call authorities
Former Fox News anchor, Gretchen Carlson, will reportedly receive $20 million as well as a public apology from 21st Century Fox. The former “Fox and Friends” anchor’s original suit claimed she was fired from Fox after refusing sexual advances from former chairman and CEO of Fox,