With controversial events like Charlottesville, politicians and citizens alike are using social media to weigh in.
With NBC’s new Snapchat-exclusive broadcast in the mix, broadcast news has been gaining traction on the social media app.
Where does the responsibility of journalists really lie – in information telling, fact-checking, or context-giving?
Political tensions are running high in today’s divisive environment, but some media-based projects hope to bring people together and start a discourse.
Egypt recently banned 21 news sites, prompting concerns from press freedom organizations all over the world.
Is popular podcast “S-Town” a quirky look at America’s most antiquated corners, or is it a greater reflection of a forgotten nation who turned to Trump in the 2016 election?
President Trump’s budget proposal takes deep cuts into federal funds reserved for the arts – including money that goes to NPR and PBS.
Earlier this month, the NPR Politics Podcast hosted a live show in Washington, D.C.’s Warner Theater, and Slate’s Trumpcast did a live recording in D.C.’s Hamilton Hotel. Last year, Radiotopia hosted a live event featuring nearly all their shows in Los Angeles. In 2013, Radiolab
In the Public Ear: Marketplace Reporter Reignites An Old Journalism Debate That’s More Important than Ever
Transgender reporter Lewis Wallace used to work for public radio magnate Marketplace. But last Monday, he was fired over a post he published on his personal blog that questioned the viability of media objectivity in the wake of recent political shifts. Wallace’s post, originally published
As President Trump’s Executive Orders have been the top of the news cycle lately, organizations like NPR and PBS may be threatened due to White House proposals currently in the works.