Social media platforms are abandoning news – which is bad news for traditional media organisations that have come to rely on them for consumers.
Hundreds of Australian journalists signed an open letter to news organisations calling for better coverage of the war. It calls their impartiality into question.
New research investigates the state of contemporary arts journalism and proposes two pathways to strengthening this sector.
How can we reconcile our present attitudes and knowledge with historical realities – and how resistant our is media to being seduced by powerful interests?
Wars in Gaza and Ukraine have led to increased numbers of journalists being killed, and this is bad news for everyone.
A journalism professor discovers that some of the best lessons for future journalists can be taught on a pool table.
Student journalists are using spreadsheets and databases to examine one of the darkest chapters in American history.
My Life as a Jew is an honest and very personal book about a growing sense of Jewish identity, but it has its contradictions.
Contrary to what some ‘denialists’ believe, research shows that Canadian media outlets did not help circulate a ‘mass grave hoax’ regarding unmarked graves at former Indian Residential Schools.
David Grann’s account of a sensational murder investigation, the basis for Martin Scorsese’s latest film, delves into the mythologies of the old Wild West
How should journalists describe Hamas, whose gunmen killed hundreds of Israelis on Oct. 7? The attacks and Israel’s response have renewed a debate about the words used by journalists.
An onslaught of fake videos on social media is relaying confusing and deliberately misleading information about the Israel-Gaza conflict.
The unusual candidacy of former President Donald Trump has made election polling especially appealing, more than a year from the election. But consumers beware: Those polls may be wrong.
Meta’s blocking of Canadian news reveals how reliant Canada’s media industry is on the U.S. The government must create a better funding model to provide support for Canadian media.
Multinational corporations can dictate how resources are allocated, territories are governed, and justice is defined.
Leigh Sales’ new book shares the insights of more than 30 prominent and experienced Australian journalists, including Laurie Oakes, Samantha Maiden and Trent Dalton, about their craft.
New research finds Australian listeners value news podcasts for enabling them to better participate in democratic life.
Although work in journalism has never been a safe bet, it’s now rife with deepening uncertainty. The TVO strike aimed at job security is a matter of public interest.
Though it makes for dense reading in places, the attention to detail will delight those in or closely connected to music journalism.
Michael Parkinson, who has died at 88, demonstrated the art of the good interview night after night.