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From a reporter’s own experiences in Maoist China: Government information can be false, but still have an effect on you.
Putting names to faces is helping journalists cover immigration in a meaningful way.
In a Trump-fueled and repetative media frenzy, how does one’s journalism stand out?
Earlier this week, the Senate Rules Committee moved to restrict press access to senators on Capitol Hill. The new rule stated that any on-camera interviews taking place on the Hill would require permission from the senator in question, the Senate Rules Committee, the Senate sergeant
The relationship between Trump and the media has only gotten more tense. Will getting rid of Spicer or the daily briefing help the administration or hurt it?
A first-person account of #WHCD2017 by MediaFile’s Alec Snyder
The United States has been experiencing a boom in its Hispanic population of almost 50 million since the 1990s. With this growth, there is a push for media to appeal to the growing Hispanic population. News outlets in all sectors are reevaluating how they are
Slavery in Libya. The torture of gay men in Chechnya. Chemical weapons attacks in Syria. These atrocities and more are being brought into the public eye through governmental and nongovernmental media; but perhaps no medium is as as important as peace journalism. Mainstream media
The New England Patriots visited the White House yesterday, sparking renewed conversation about at least six players who followed through on their vows to skip the visit, as many players have expressed deep disapproval of the president since the team’s Super Bowl win. More broadly,