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News Anchor Expertly Claps Back At Viewer Who Called Her N****r
Atlanta journalist Sharon Reed addressed a viewer who criticized her mayoral race coverage.
From Layoffs To Sexual Assault Allegations, It's Been A Hard Week In Media
BuzzFeed, ESPN, "Today" and more hit new breaking points.
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A Mysterious Company Bought LA Weekly And Just Gutted Its Staff
Staffers and journalism advocates are demanding transparency from the site's new owner.
Why This Journalist's Trial Should Have Free Speech Advocates On High Alert
Alexei Wood's trial is connected to January's inauguration protests and has raised questions about freedom of the press.
A Year After Legendary Journalist Gwen Ifill's Death, Alma Mater Names School In Her Honor
Simmons College will launch the Gwen Ifill College of Media, Arts and Humanities to commemorate the pioneering "PBS NewsHour" anchor.
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Gothamist Sites And DNAinfo Shut Down After Staffers Unionize
Their CEO cited financial reasons for the closure.
Newsweek Journalists Weigh Sex Discrimination Suit Against Magazine
Fingers are being pointed at Matt McAllester, the magazine’s recently departed global editor-in-chief.
Trump’s War On The First Amendment
Donald Trump has redoubled his attacks on the news media, suggesting critical outlets should have their licenses revoked. But how realistic is that actually happening?
The Journalist And The Fixer
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Seth Meyers Has 1 Thing To Say To Journalists Battling Hurricane Irma
“I mean, who wants to see Anderson Cooper soaking wet?"
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Why Reporters Are Risking Life-Threatening Winds And Floods To Cover Irma
“I don't want to be that guy who dies covering the storm."
Wall Street Journal Editor Berates Reporters For Critical Trump Coverage
The editor-in-chief told reporters their coverage was packaged in "selective criticism," according to emails obtained by The New York Times.
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Trump Takes Authoritarian Stance In Portraying Journalists As Anti-American Enemy
“This was incitement, plain and simple” ABC News correspondent Cecilia Vega said following Trump's Phoenix rally.
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Jeff Sessions' Tough Talk On Leaks Heightens Fears Of Jailing Journalists
The deputy attorney general will meet with news leaders after Sessions announced a plan to revisit Obama-era guidelines on press freedom.
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New York Times Group Erupts Over Charge Editorial Was Softened At Governor’s Behest
Editorial page editor calls the anonymous accusation on an alumni Facebook page “a complete lie.”
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NRA Claims The Washington Post Is Where 'Journalism Dies'
The pro-gun group’s disturbing new video accuses the newspaper of fueling anarchy.
Here’s Everything Pat Robertson Asked The Last Time He Interviewed Donald Trump
Retired television executive; Author, 'The Gospel of Self: How...
Don't expect any deep probing of the Russia scandal in Thursday's '700 Club' broadcast.
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High Schooler Lands James Mattis Scoop After Finding His Private Number Online
School newspaper reporter Teddy Fischer interviewed the defense secretary for 45 minutes.
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Carl Bernstein Slams Trump's 'Malignant' Presidency
The "character and capability of this president are called into grave question," notes Watergate journalist.
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New York Times Employees Walk Out As Layoffs Loom
Copy desk to management: "You turned your backs on us."
Wall Street Journal Fires Reporter Jay Solomon For Alleged Spy Plane Deal
“I clearly made mistakes in my reporting and entered into a world I didn’t understand," Solomon said
Journalists Lash Out As Georgia Campaigns Bar Media Right And Left
CNN's Jake Tapper slams "bipartisan petulance."
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'Nobody Speak' Shows Just How Hard The Press Is Fighting To Survive
A new documentary focuses on the fight to preserve First Amendment rights in media.
Here's Why Journalists Should Ask For Preferred Pronouns
Kelsey is a fashion and travel journalist from Denver, Colorado.
How can we as journalists write about injustice while wronging someone who very likely put their trust in us?
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Trump Doesn't Understand How Story Sources Work And That's A Problem
The leader of the free world can say any story is fake no matter how much evidence is against him.
Journalism 101 Students Apparently Need To Learn Self-Defense In Addition To Writing And Reporting
Caryn Ward is an assistant professor at Northwestern Universit...
We are seeing unprecedented attacks on the press in this country.
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