Through action films, dramas and kids’ cartoons, right-wing activists are working to build their own alternative entertainment universe insulated from Hollywood’s purported liberal biases.
Researchers conducted in-depth interviews with 17 Philadelphia parents about how their family uses digital media. Here they offer tips to promote healthy, balanced media habits for kids.
The JFK assassination was a landmark event in TV news history.
Media coverage of the dangers of plastic pollution can distract from what is actually needed, says an author.
Media companies should set up guidelines for how they are using AI.
As Rupert Murdoch prepares to hand over the keys to his media empire, what will his legacy be?
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.
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.
The “he said/she said” reporting of yesteryear no longer serves a democratic purpose. Media must do better at calling out lies and misinformation.
Could the vote affect the way the world views Australia and potentially have an impact on Australia’s international relations?
Our research has found the ‘yes’ side has been generating the lion’s share of Voice content in the media and social media over the past six weeks, but is still trailing in the polls.
What does it say about the online media ecosystem when the end of a 146-day strike is buried under headlines and posts about Swift’s budding romance with NFL star Travis Kelce?
Politicians and scholars debate whether China’s economic investments in Africa benefit or exploit local populations. But what does the public think?
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.
This is a decision that was always going to come in one of two forms: either Rupert dropping off the perch or him leaving on this own terms. He has opted for the latter.
While President Joe Biden has low approval ratings, few other American presidents − with the exception of FDR and Warren Harding − have experienced such a run of good media luck.
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.
The machinations of a young and ambitious media mogul are laid bare in a detailed new biography.
I’m an economist – but I can see many reasons for Australians to distrust my profession. Here’s how we could start to make economists better serve all Australians.