Berliners used social media to protest the creation of a Google Campus, which would drive up rent and make the cost of living higher than manageable.
Three pro-Kremlin trolls who were cyber-attacking Finnish journalist Jessikka Aro were convicted in Helsinki.
China has deployed many media tactics over the years to influence its own narrative in the international community.
As journalists are attacked and killed for doing their jobs, female journalists also face threats on social media and sexual harassment in and outside the workplace.
Lebanese newspaper An-Nahar published eight blank pages to protest political gridlock.
Freelance journalist Maha Assabalani shares her experiences as a female journalist from the Middle East with MediaFile co-international editor Celine Castronuovo in Paris.
Many news outlets are calling the American government’s latest decision to withdraw from a U.N. treaty another example of the U.S. turning towards isolationism as foreign policy.
Spain’s biggest newspapers have failed to maintain balanced coverage of the controversy surrounding the movement of former Dictator Franco’s body out of the Valley of the Fallen.
The Egyptian government as gone to such great lengths to ignore sexual harassment that survivors who tell their stories are arrested for spreading “fake news.”
The world never stops spinning which means news never stops running. Read about what happened in September in the world of media and press.