Proposed reforms of Australia’s national security laws aimed at clamping down on government leaks have raised fears for press freedom in one of the Asia-Pacific’s most open democracies.
Women of color are underrepresented in newsrooms in the U.S. An online campaign uses the hashtag #PitchThisPerson to increase opportunities and create networks among minority women journalists.
Election year is always turbulent for journalists and more so in the age of fake news. How to combat disinformation that plagues not only Brazil but the world?
While many conversations focus on the declining trust in media, this study takes a different approach with an in-depth look at media initiatives that are working to rebuild it.
What does this year have in store for journalists? Discover Breiner's predictions, and why he remains optimistic about media in 2018.
When women curate the news, does the narrative change? A new European media organization, NewsMavens, aims to find out.
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While most fundraising campaigns focus on brevity, and getting readers' attention quickly, Mother Jones is using longform essays to make their appeals.
As 2017 comes to a close, check out this list of some of the most innovative applications for journalists from the year.
Journalists regularly cover natural disasters and tragedies. Is there ever an appropriate time to step in and help? And if so, when?
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