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Kendrick Lamar Won A Pulitzer Because ‘DAMN.’ Is Journalism
Before y'all drag me, let me explain.
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Interior Department Spokeswoman Calls CNN Reporter 'A F**king Idiot' For Doing Her Job
Correspondent René Marsh had asked several questions about Zinke's travel — now the focus of two investigations.
Internal Email: Sinclair CEO Tells Employees Not To Let ‘Extremists’ Bully Them
He described recent criticism of the company as “politically motivated attacks."
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Journalism School Backlash Against Media Giant Sinclair Grows
"In making the leap to disparage news media generally ... Sinclair has diminished trust in the news media overall."
Former Sinclair Reporter: 'It Was A Culture Of Misogyny And Xenophobia'
Sinclair Broadcast Group should "pull their head out of their ass," Jonathan Beaton suggested Sunday.
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Homeland Security To Compile A Database Of Journalists, Bloggers And Influencers
Many in the media industry did *not* like the implications.
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Artificial Intelligence Will Affect The News We Consume. Whether That's A Good Thing Is Up To Humans.
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It's easy to blame new tech for negative consequences but really the blame lies with where and how it's used.
The Perfect Watchdog For The Trump Era Is A Journalist In West Virginia
And Rob Byers is out of a job.
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George Clooney's Ex-Anchorman Dad Isn't Having It With Sinclair
Nick Clooney's old TV station is now owned by the right-wing media giant — and he's not happy about it.
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WSJ Employees Say Senior Editor Tried To Pull Story For Political Reasons
“This is censorship and it is beneath the standards of the Wall Street Journal," they wrote in a letter.
Do you have info to share with HuffPost reporters?
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U.S. Newsrooms Have Dismal Representation Of Women Of Color: Report
“Without the voices of women of color in the newsroom, many stories are missing the mark or going untold.”
Students Take Control Of Gun Reform Narrative In Wake Of Florida Shooting
As the shooting unfolded in the Florida high school that left 17 dead, students recorded the carnage on social media in real time. Now, they’re using their voices to demand gun control.
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Memo: NY Times Editor Explains Why Everyone Hates His ‘Rich And Searching’ Op-Ed Section
He would also like you to leave the question of whether it's OK to hire friends of Nazis to history.
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What Happens When A Journalist Gets Beat Up? Too Often, Not Much.
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Congress must pass the Journalist Protection Act.
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New York Times CEO Says Print Edition Might Live Another 10 Years
Mornings of fighting over sections of the paper are coming to an end.
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We Need To Talk About The Economics Of Consent
For women who are wanted, and who want it, consent can deliver career-changing advantages in an unequal world.
Right-Wing Outlets Got Advance Excerpts Of GOP Memo, Underscoring Its Partisan Nature
Fox News obtaining "exclusive first excerpts" demonstrates that the release of the memo was never about transparency, only about politics.
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Secret Australian Government Documents Found In Cabinets From Secondhand Store
The furniture contained thousands of secret pages.
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Trump’s State Of The Union Speech Won’t Be The ‘Reset’ Pundits Desperately Want
Can they break their pattern of praising the optics of a Trump speech?
Pope Francis Condemns Spread Of Fake News As Evil
The pope released the message on the Catholic feast day for journalists.
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How The LA Times Union Won
"The days of the newsroom passively standing by while management did whatever they wanted are over."
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NewsGuild Launches Campaign In Support Of Jailed Reuters Employees
"Silencing the press is an abhorrent and an intolerable act of cowardice."
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And The Most Enviable Job In Journalism Goes To...
Fifty-two weeks. Fifty-two must-see spots around the globe.
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The Journalist And The Blunderer
How Trump irritant Michael Wolff gets what he wants, according to Kurt Andersen.
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Several Women Accuse Progressive Media Executive Don Hazen Of Sexual Harassment
One journalist told HuffPost that Hazen mimicked his favorite sex act while having lunch with employees.
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Women At The New York Times Feel Neglected, Frustrated As Paper Stands By Glenn Thrush
Staffers tell HuffPost the reporter's "punishment" only makes their own issues more plain to see, and the internal data backs them up.
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