Image courtesy of David Biello “How do you navigate the bleeding edge of science?” This is one of the biggest challenges David Biello faces in communicating revolutionary scientific ideas to a wider public. Biello is the Science Curator for TED Talks, where he helps scientists
Recently, there has been a new buzz within the world of cryptocurrency. Much like the GameStop stock rise, NFTs, or non-fungible tokens, have quickly made their place in the known world while also causing a great deal of confusion.
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.
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
“Cheating is wrong.” This is a simple fact of life that many have heard since we were young. Someone should have told the Houston Astros this during the 2017 season. Just before 2 pm on January 13, MLB insider Ken Rosenthal broke news of the
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
For years, Nike has marketed itself as a company committed to supporting professional female athletes and encouraging young girls to play sports. The company is known for its powerful advertisements portraying female athletes from all ethnic backgrounds, a range of age groups and different languages.
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
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