In Episode 3, Caroline Corbett, Rob Cline, Avi Bajpai, and Michael Kohler discuss the rise of investigative journalism under Trump, media coverage of Iran sanctions and the ICJ, the future of MeToo reporting after Kavanaugh, and a brand new report on Twitter’s fake news problem.
The matriarch of the Bush family passed away, and figures, pundits, reporters alike had a lot to say.
Reporting of political changes and difficulties in the Trump era took home lots of Pulitzers this year.
MediaShift will shift its gears towards live events, and new editorial content will be no more.
Local news could be swallowed up by national, partisan politics thanks to Sinclair.
According to media experts, the New York Times’ Reader Center is no replacement for a public editor.
The Virginia gubernatorial race is heating up, and the media has a lot to say…
The tragedy sparked strong reactions from both sides of the media aisle.
Though journalists are beginning to acknowledge the industry’s ingrained elitism, journalists and organizations still have a tendency to inadvertently reveal how out of touch they can be with Middle America. Vox’s Matthew Yglesias earned Twitter’s wrath recently with a tone-deaf tweet asking if “rural broadband”
“Pittsburgh, not Paris” – a catchy stump sentiment from Trump, but how has the media reflected the country’s divide on climate change with this American city?