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An Era of Reporting Under Fear

Raza Rumi | Posted 05.10.2016 | Media
Raza Rumi

The state of journalism has obviously changed. The gruesome murder of Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl in 2002 by al Qaeda started this dangerous trend.

Gabriel Arana

How To Protect Journalists In The World's Most Dangerous Places

HuffingtonPost.com | Gabriel Arana | Posted 05.07.2015 | Media

In cooperation with our longstanding partner Crowdrise, The Huffington Post is celebrating its 10 year anniversary by focusing on the promise of the n...

Maxwell Strachan

Female Journalists Say Floyd Mayweather Banned Them From Saturday Fight

HuffingtonPost.com | Maxwell Strachan | Posted 05.03.2015 | Sports

"Dear Mayweather camp: You are cowards."

Journalist Critical Of Macedonian Government Receives Chilling Death Threat

Reuters | Posted 06.22.2015 | Media

* Concern over deteriorating media freedom in Macedonia * Ex-Yugoslav republic locked in political crisis * Journalist r...

Smartwatches Do Little for Journalists But More Useful Wearables Are on the Way

Kerry J. Northrup | Posted 06.13.2015 | Media
Kerry J. Northrup

Don't look to this first wave of wearables for much that changes how journalists do their jobs gathering news. Coming next, however, are things such as a wrist-launched personal drone and jersey-mounted sports cameras that could open up whole new editorial approaches.

Improving the Way We Access Humanitarian and Crises News

Angélica Pérez-Litwin, PhD | Posted 05.17.2015 | Media
Angélica Pérez-Litwin, PhD

It can be very deceptive. In the digital age, we feel inundated with news and information, and so it feels like we have more access to global news than ever before. As Caroline explains, that's actually not the case.

Boris Nemtsov -- Another Russian Is Dead

Carole Keeney Harrington | Posted 05.09.2015 | World
Carole Keeney Harrington

The killing of Nemtsov successfully eliminates the most worrisome gnats buzzing Putin in recent years.

In China, Authorities Treat J-Visa Requests as Privilege, Not Professional Right

Committee to Protect Journalists | Posted 05.04.2015 | Media
Committee to Protect Journalists

In November 2013 delays and refusals in issuing visas for foreign correspondents in China were making headlines. In March 2014 the Foreign Correspondents' Club of China described the situation as "grim." A report on results of its most recent member survey found "Chinese authorities are continuing to abuse the press card and visa renewal process in a political manner."

When Public Officials Threaten The Reporters Just Trying To Keep Them Honest

The Huffington Post | Sara Boboltz | Posted 02.26.2015 | Media

You'd think that Fox News host Bill O'Reilly, who holds a master's degree in broadcast journalism, would appreciate a good investigative story. Last w...

Netanyahu 'Rose Garden Strategy'

Tal Schneider | Posted 04.25.2015 | Politics
Tal Schneider

The danger for a Prime Minister whose entire strategy seems to be unraveling into a whirlwind of small, sordid accusations and large, public miscalculations (Congress, anybody?) is that his own people may get the message he has no interest in speaking with them.

Sorry, Journalism Students, The Job Market Looks Bleak

The Huffington Post | Catherine Taibi | Posted 02.23.2015 | Media

We're back with your daily dose of depressing journalism news: unemployment rates are dropping for nearly all college majors, with the notable excepti...

Why Do We Expect News Anchors to Be Great Reporters?

Karen Frankola | Posted 04.22.2015 | Media
Karen Frankola

Fox News host Bill O'Reilly is denouncing a Mother Jones story that charges he has his own Brian Williams problem. The magazine accuses O'Reilly of ma...

Toward Trustworthy News: 'Lies, Damn Lies, and Viral Content'

Craig Newmark | Posted 04.13.2015 | Media
Craig Newmark

My perspective, as usual, is that I'm a news consumer, never told anyone how to fix the news, I just want news I can trust.

Elaine Huang: It's OK to Try New Things and Fail

Jonha Revesencio | Posted 04.06.2015 | Business
Jonha Revesencio

Elaine Huang, Correspondent for Southeast Asia and Content Strategist at e27.co, shares how she has transitioned from writing about rice and Myanmar to eventually moving to Singapore covering innovative tech startups in the region.

New Global Effort to Protect Journalists Takes Shape

The GroundTruth Project | Posted 04.05.2015 | Politics
The GroundTruth Project

There has never been a more perilous time for freedom of expression. The beheading by the self-proclaimed Islamic State of yet another journalist, this time a Japanese correspondent named Kenji Goto, is part of the continuing horror.

J-Schools Must Include Safety Courses in Curricula

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 04.04.2015 | Media
Magda Abu-Fadil

Both IFJ and UNESCO have been quite active in promoting the topic and have published guidebooks on how journalists can protect themselves in various scenarios that spell trouble. It's the belief that "an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure."

How to Restore Trust in News

Craig Newmark | Posted 03.25.2015 | Media
Craig Newmark

It's hard to trust the news overall when many major stories are ignored by news outlets. It's hard to trust the news when the press does so little fact-checking.

After Charlie Hebdo Attack, Reflecting on the War on Journalism

The GroundTruth Project | Posted 03.15.2015 | World
The GroundTruth Project

My hope is that we will honor the martyrs -- and I think the journalists killed in their newsroom were definitely martyrs -- by finding that critical balance between counter-terrorism strategies and our collective human right to freely express our views.

Embracing Those Who Disagree -- Because They Embrace You

Stacy Bare | Posted 03.14.2015 | Impact
Stacy Bare

No one or at least I hope no one that would read this blog would want to see anyone killed for speaking their mind, no matter what it was that was being said, even if they disagreed.

How to Get Journalists to Write About Your Startup

Lee Schneider | Posted 03.09.2015 | Small Business
Lee Schneider

We call it outreach. It's the art of getting in touch, usually by email, with bloggers and journalists, and then asking them to write about your startup.

Webbmedia Group's "2015 (Tech) Trend Report" Sets The Pace

Magda Abu-Fadil | Posted 02.08.2015 | Technology
Magda Abu-Fadil

What irony within a fortnight! Stephen Hawking rings alarms about the dangers of artificial intelligence (AI) with machines outsmarting humanity, co...

Lawyer Demands New Inquiry In Death Of Myanmar Journalist

Reuters | Posted 02.01.2015 | Media

* Freelance journalist died after being detained by army * His wife, rights groups believe he was tortured * United Stat...

Ferguson: The Torch Has Been Passed

Cynthia Dagnal-Myron | Posted 01.29.2015 | Black Voices
Cynthia Dagnal-Myron

This may not be the "American Winter" to compare with the recent "Arab Spring." But it's the start of something significant. And I believe it's time it's time for us to let our young people share the daunting task of cleaning up the mess they stand to inherit.

Inaction Is Tacit Approval: Why I Deleted My Uber Account

Lisa Abeyta | Posted 01.20.2015 | Technology
Lisa Abeyta

I've realized that when I give my money to companies that not only ignore the negative effects of unchecked bro-culture but actively embrace dirty tactics to get the advantage, I have become part of the problem that I am working to eradicate.

Brother Of Detained WaPo Reporter Hopeful About Release

The Huffington Post | Kira Brekke | Posted 11.19.2014 | Media

It has been nearly four months since Iran detained Washington Post reporter Jason Rezaian without charge, and while the government hasn't offered any ...