Jenni Monet was arrested and charged with “engaging in a riot” while covering the Standing Rock protests. She speaks with MediaFile about her experiences, and her perspective on the #NoDAPL movement as an Native American journalist.
There seems to have been an uptick in media catering towards millennial women, with Washington Post’s The Lily being the latest to join in.
Rachel Maddow’s report on Trump’s 2005 tax returns caused quite a stir – but did the news really live up to the hype?
President Trump’s budget proposal takes deep cuts into federal funds reserved for the arts – including money that goes to NPR and PBS.
Gossip journalism has always drawn eyes and gained intrigue. Whether a rumor is about a member of a politician’s family, or a regular person who just happened to stumble into overnight Internet fame—journalists pounce on any information they can find in order to get an
Since intelligence agencies uncovered that Russia likely hacked Hillary Clinton’s email server to benefit the Trump campaign, the Democratic party and many mainstream media outlets have focused their coverage of the new administration around its possible ties to Russia. In particular, the cases concerning Michael
The New York Times’ recent TV advertisement that aired during the Academy Awards has received applause and political backlash alike.
While many members of the press who were arrested on Inauguration Day have been released, journalists Aaron Cantú still faces felony charges.
From general praise to sharp critiques and watchful observations – how did President Trump’s #JointAddress play out with the media?
For once, the most important Oscars story was about the awards, not about the political statements made by awardees. That’s not to say the 2017 Oscars were devoid of such banter. On the contrary, the first Academy Awards of the Trump administration were full of