Saudi's crown prince approved the killing and dismemberment of a Washington Post columnist in 2018, the Biden administration says. So how can the US still see the Saudis as good partners?
News organizations are in low repute. To enhance their credibility, they've encouraged interaction between their journalists and audience members. Is that the best way to build the public's trust?
Facebook recently removed Australian news stories from its site. If Ottawa follows Australia's lead, Facebook might do the same in Canada.
To rebuild lost trust in the media will require more commitment and effort than just papering over ethical cracks.
Journalists need to have the facts to support not just what they say explicitly, but what their work implies.
Those who spread misinformation are exploiting people's lack of media literacy. These tools from journalism can help you fact-check what you read.
Journalists say that if they are forced to turn over to law enforcement any news information they have gathered, it will erode the trust of sources and the public – and place them in danger.
In her ruling, the judge rejected claims that Assange's case was an assault on press freedom, which must concern anyone who believes in the oversight role that journalists play in a democracy.
While we might not think of the 1950s housewife as taking an active interest in Cold War politics, a close reading of the Weekly shows its female readers were encouraged to join in the discussion.
High-profile media figures are defecting to Substack, where readers will have to pay a subscription to read their work. Could Substack remind news consumers that paying for journalism is worth it?
Some recent positive developments are beginning to suggest that public interest journalism may once again be viable.
An international survey of women media workers has found that in many cases, physical attacks appear to have followed online threats.
Our two-year study explores how female writers and journalists use online platforms to engage in gender activism, and how they navigate the challenges and opportunities that come with digital media.
The ABC not only had a right, but it also had an obligation, to air a story that speaks to ministerial misconduct when it breaches standards set by prime ministers.
As the US president made unsubstantiated claims about the vote count, many of the major TV networks cut him off. Is this what's best for democracy?
More needs to be done to ensure that journalists can do their important work without fear or favour.
The need for safety of the media and the fact that they reserve the right to convey stories about any subject is uncontested.
With a limited number of fact-checkers in Southeast Asia, fact-checking content becomes a challenging task to complete.
The adoption of mobile journalism by Indonesian media is still immature due to limited human resources and poor access to the technology.
The media's muting of women’s voices when reporting the COVID-19 crisis keeps women on the margins.