Canada is home to a growing number of new digital-born journalism organizations, even though government policy aimed at helping the news industry has focused mostly on the decline of legacy media.
Universities can ensure students in all disciplines are learning how to contribute to a world that they and future generations want to live in.
The accusation of bias is like kryptonite for responsible news organizations: the stronger their piety to the ideal of objectivity, the more vulnerable they are to complaints made in bad faith.
Unlike scholars, Google’s search engine can’t automatically decide which sources are the most important, most accurate or most significant.
The concept that journalists should be objective is outdated and impossible. Instead, good reporters use life experiences to ask fresh questions.
The campaign to stop newspapers publishing topless photos of women relied on a special brand of emotional energy.
Most people have strong opinions on what makes a song good or bad. But is anyone actually right?
We gave four scholars from different disciplines a chance to offer their opinions on this important question.
Trump’s campaign challenges the conventions of politics and liberal democracy. So maybe the time has come to question how journalists practice objectivity.
The advent of democracy in South Africa in 1994 is often hailed as peaceful and smooth. But, there are lingering problems. Dissent over unmet expectations has resulted in an increase in protests.
South Africa seems more divided than ever on the media, as the governing ANC revives plans for a dreaded tribunal many fear would muzzle the press.