2 days ago

At the Times, a Hesitance to Hyperlink

Journalists at the New York Times and its own standards editor say that getting continually dragged by other journalists for not giving credit is embarrassing.

3 days ago

The Media's Masochistic Love Affair With HBO's 'Succession'

For those working in digital media, the HBO series holds a mirror up to our world, and that can be a terrible thing for some.


What It's Like to Report On the Mexican Drug Wars

Journalist Ioan Grillo gives unique insight into the risks and complexities of the Mexican drug war.


It’s Official: VICE's Reporting Makes Readers Take Drugs More Safely

A study found that a VICE headline about fake MDMA encouraged people to test their drugs.


German Neo-Nazis Are Doxxing Journalists on 'Enemy' Lists: 'We Will Get You All'

Journalists who appear on the lists say police aren't taking the threats against them seriously enough.


Bernie Sanders Thinks We May Want to Tax Silicon Valley to Save Journalism

His plan would bring back FCC media ownership rules that limit a company’s ability to own newspapers and TV stations in the same markets.


Video Shows April Ryan’s Bodyguard Roughing up a Journalist

The editor of New Brunswick Today was removed from Ryan's speaking event by a bodyguard, and the whole scene was caught on video.


When the Conflict Zone You're Reporting on Is Home

We spoke to Zahra Hankir—editor of "Our Women on the Ground," a new collection of essays by Arab women reporters—about why no one else can report on the region like Arab women can.


The Trump Administration Wants the Power to Decide Who's a Journalist

“This is a five-alarm fire for the First Amendment,” said Jonathan Peters, a media law professor at the University of Georgia.


The DOJ Just Charged Julian Assange Under the Espionage Act

“Assange was knowingly receiving such classified records from [Chelsea] Manning for the purpose of publicly disclosing them on the WikiLeaks website,” the indictment reads.


Chelsea Manning Warns That Trump Will Go After Journalists With “Indictments and Charges”

"Whenever a journalist makes a misstep, I think that they are put on notice now."


“We’re drinking now”: The oldest newspaper in New Orleans just fired its entire staff

New Orleans is officially a one-newspaper town, sort of.