Throughout If We Burn, Vincent Bevins shows that “movements that cannot speak for themselves will be spoken for”.
A new study on Canadian journalism examines the impact of audience data on journalistic roles and journalists’ perceptions of their audience
It’s been 35 years since Aotearoa New Zealand’s first private network brought real competition in the television news market. Yesterday Warner Bros Discovery announced an end to all that.
Tucker Carlson’s sycophantic interview with Russian dictator Vladimir Putin, and his subsequent praise for Russia’s subways, supermarkets and cheeseburgers, was not journalism. It was propaganda.
How can an industry experiencing systemic failure get back on its feet?
Language has been dubbed “the covert operations of war”, such is the power it holds in shaping public opinion. Here’s what we found about the way Australian media has been framing the conflict.
GQ magazine and its obviously gendered remit doesn’t seem like an obvious home for Pitchfork. Nearly 44% of its readers are women.
International press freedom bodies are concerned about the high numbers of deaths of journalists reporting from Gaza.
Mae D Huettig, Romana Javitz and Shirley Graham DuBois were instrumental in their respective media fields but very few of us will be aware of their individual contributions.
Developing trauma-aware interview skills is part of teaching students how to ethically and sensitively report on traumatic events, and learn how to take care of their own mental health and well-being.
New statistics show a spike in the amount of journalists jailed in the country. To protect its democracy, Israel needs to be transparent about why members of the media are arrested.
What is remarkable about Annie Nightingale is that she renewed her specialism with each new musical scene.
Artificial intelligence is likely to make the ‘fake news’ problem worse. But it can also be used to help us counter misinformation.
Pundits are everywhere, giving their analyses of current events, politics and the state of the world. You’ll hear a lot more from them this election year. Is their rank opinion good for democracy?
Pilger inspired many with his willingness to critique the damaging effects on ordinary people’s lives of capitalism and Western countries’ foreign policies. But he also provoked global controversy.
New research shows being a woman or part of a minority as a journalist can increase the likelihood of being targeted with online abuse. The waves of abuse can influence who and what gets covered.
There are lots of ideas about how to save local news. One of them is that increasing coverage of local politics will bring back readers and viewers. Research shows that it doesn’t.
Real social cohesion comes from the slow and unglamorous work of listening to people carefully, paying them respect and giving them the benefit of the doubt.
Podcasts again this year proved to be a powerful medium for new voices and previously overlooked stories.
Science communication has to start with values – and most of the time it does.