Campus Media

Don Cherry Out at Sportsnet After Bizarre On-Air Comments

Hockey Night in Canada, a staple program in the country with an illustrious history dating back to the age of radio, has fired its longest-tenured analyst. Don Cherry had been a host on the program since 1982 when the Coaches Corner segment was created due

In Stark Contrast with Facebook, Twitter Bans Political Ads Ahead of 2020

After Facebook unveiled a policy exempting political ads from being fact-checked and removed, Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced last week the social media platform will be banning all political ads. The surprise announcement puts the two social media giants on opposite sides of the debate over combatting disinformation ahead of the 2020 election.

From The Ice Rink to The Coffee Shop

From The Ice Rink to The Coffee Shop In a world so obsessed with social media, it is easy to forget the fragility of life and how fast things can change. This leads many to question where the line is when it comes to covering

Save Sports Illustrated

New ownership and staff layoffs at the publication has many uncertain about the future of sports reporting.

Gannet-Gatehouse Merger and the Decline of Newspapers

The merger of two large media conglomerates, Gannett and Gatehouse Media, is stoking fears about media consolidation and the decline of local newspapers.   As of August 6, according to USA Today, Gannet was bought out by New Media Investment Group, the holding company that owns

Industry Reminded Yet Again of Geographic Disparity

The argument over the coastal concentration and bias of journalists has been litigated again this week, this time over flat roads and almond milk. Like many of these arguments, it began with a tweet from a Politico reporter who was providing her hot takes on