The leading voice of the UK centrist left has announced that it shall be cutting its Saturday supplements in a bid to cut costs.
Read all about it: Virus kills off dying industry.
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COVID-19 has accelerated the decline in local and national journalism. Is it time to find a new funding model, or for the government to intervene?
A host of alternative media outlets sprang up during Jeremy Corbyn's leadership. But they're not fans of his replacement.
Harvey Weinstein arrives at the Manhattan Criminal Court, on February 24, 2020 in New York City. On March 11 he was sentenced to 23 years in prison for criminal sexual acts and rape.
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Scandals are violent shocks to social systems, yet not all questionable behaviour produces scandal. How can we explain that some figures escape the consequences of their own behavior while others don't?
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From wrestlers to movie stars, celebrities have risen to some of the highest political offices around the world. What makes them so appealing?
The past month has shown just how much diversity in media matters. But there is no quick fix – sustained, multi-pronged initiatives are required to bring more diverse journalists into the industry.
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Facebook's answer to proposed regulations hinges on understanding the value of news.
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Major new survey shows big national variations in levels of concern, polarisation and media usage.
From ‘Father Knows Best’ to ‘D'oh!’
Dads are taking parenting much more seriously. But according to a new study of sitcoms, the stereotype of the foolish father remains stubbornly in place.
Actors Dennis Franz and Jimmy Smits on the set of ‘NYPD Blue.’
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For decades, there's been a concerted effort by law enforcement to ensure their perspectives – and not those of people being policed – dominate prime-time television.
According to the Australian Newsroom Mapping Project, there have been 200 contractions of news operations since March. But 'news deserts' were a growing problem long before coronavirus.
A Unicorn Riot videographer films an interview on the streets of Minneapolis on May 29, 2020.
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Livestreamed video coverage of protests across the country is the modern heir to decades of grassroots documentary filmmaking.
COVID-19 has accelerated the disintegration of New Zealand's media. A state-led reconstruction strategy is the only answer.
The NSW Court of Appeal's Dylan Voller decision means the media may be liable for the hurtful things users write on social pages. This will have many media companies in a panic.
Oma in Coronavirus & Me.
Social distancing forced most film and television production into shutdown. But a new batch of screen content shows the virtues of bricolage culture - tinkering with what's available.
U.S. President Donald Trump takes questions from reporters during a Coronavirus Task Force press briefing in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 30, 2020.
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Though political elites complain about what the media covers, and how they cover it, research shows that ideological bias among media outlets is largely nonexistent.
While trust in media has risen in both the US and Australia, a sharp partisan divide is apparent in Americans' trust in media.
In the absence of live sport, curated lists have abounded- but they have been mostly by men, featuring men's sports.
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News-making practices in private radio broadcasting in Ghana need a re-think.