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Journalists are using generative AI for tasks such as composing drafts and writing newsletters. Olena Koliesnik/iStock via Getty Images

Newsrooms are experimenting with generative AI, warts and all

AI may shore up an industry experiencing economic headwinds. But in a field where professional ethics and public trust are particularly important, it’s a risky endeavor.
Indigenous media makers are successfully gaining more control over their storytelling. Here Dallas Goldtooth and Jana Schmieding as Nelson Renville and Reagan Wells in the sitcom, ‘Rutherford Falls.’ (Goldtooth Schmieding/Peacock)

From stereotypes to sovereignty: How Indigenous media makers assert narrative control

Indigenous media have rapidly expanded over the last 30 years with Indigenous media makers gaining greater control of their narratives.
A person walks by CTV, a division of Bell Media, in Ottawa, in February 2022. Bell Media’s parent company, BCE Inc., announced on Feb. 8, 2024 that it was making cuts. (AP Photo/Ted Shaffrey, File)

Journalism students see an industry in crisis. It’s time to talk about it

Journalism educators need to have new conversations with students that address their experiences, their worries and their understanding of what journalism is and what they want it to be.
O.J. Simpson shows the jury a pair of gloves, similar to those found near the crime scene, during his trial in Los Angeles in 1995. POO/AFP via Getty Images

Has the media learned anything since the O.J. Simpson trial?

Since the ‘trial of the century,’ the lines between news and entertainment have become increasingly blurred.
The South Carolina Gamecocks celebrate after beating the Iowa Hawkeyes to win the 2024 NCAA women’s basketball national championship. Gregory Shamus/Getty Images

Is this the dawn of a new era in women’s sports?

Sports media has typically operated under a ‘one and done’ model: focus on women’s sports during high-profile events, before returning to routine coverage of men.

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