Although the standoff between Google and Facebook, and Australian news outlets seems to have subsided, the tech giants may reach another impasse as U.S. lawmakers consider similar legislation.
Clubhouse, a new invite-only social media platform connecting users through group audio chats, is already changing the way people communicate online and consume news.
Experts fear a local news “extinction-level event” as COVID-19 worsens local news deserts across the country. Here’s a look at these emerging problems for the industry and what is being done to solve them.
CNN anchor Erin Burnett faced criticism last week for participating in a Saudi investment conference decried by critics as an exercise in propaganda to rehabilitate the regime’s image following the brutal murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in 2018.
The days-long vote-counting process and the manner in which television networks covered the election returns has renewed a longstanding debate over objectivity in covering voting, elections and politics at large.
A panel of journalists and legal and communications experts discussed this summer’s nationwide protests against police brutality, and what sustained them as a movement, during a virtual event on Oct. 8.
In her new book “Ghosting the News,” Washington Post media columnist Margaret Sullivan outlines how local newspapers are being devastated and how we can stop the bleeding.
In the wake of significant nationwide protests against police brutality and systemic racism, many more athletes are stepping up to support the demonstrators and speak about their own experiences with prejudice.
The coronavirus has brought sports leagues to a standstill, and with fans keen on finding out when live games will resume, sports media is rife with speculation.
Over the past 15 years, the newspaper industry has faced a constant problem: declining revenue. Aside from increases for the big three—Washington Post, New York Times and Wall Street Journal—after the 2016 election (dubbed the “Trump Bump”), the industry has used slash-and-burn tactics to stay