A group of 50 governments is meeting in Estonia to discuss ways to protect journalists. But are their voices being heard?
When news outlets also publish so-called ‘native advertising,’ their journalistic reputations suffer – and their news coverage shies away from the companies that paid for the ads.
Many countries are experimenting with different forms of government support for journalism, but the question is about what works best and is sustainable.
Increasing numbers of European journalists are being attacks as they try and report on stories, some ending up in hospital.
Former BBC reporter James Rodgers reflects on the end of the Soviet Union and finds lessons for today.
The media landscape has shifted since the COVID crisis, with new challenges, different restrictions and innovative storytelling approaches emerging.
If bad or irrelevant news has you considering avoidance, a suggestion: just as we’ve been taught that moderation is the key to so many habits, it’s the same for news.
The decline of the news industry has been well documented. How did news organizations in the US heartland, facing potential extinction, survive – and even thrive – through the pandemic?
Mainstream reporters not familiar with the topic may spin the summit as a huge success or devastating failure.
The majority of front page reports were negative in tone, seeing very little possibility for individual agency and self-efficacy. This can amplify public anxiety and fear.
Using state resources to sue media for spreading fake news is not the answer, and sets a bad precedent.
Academics are among the most trusted sources for news about climate change.
Democratic freedoms alone are not adequate safeguards for the media’s anti-corruption work.
The Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to two courageous journalists who have faced repression and death by doing their work.
Islam, Buddhism and Hinduism are among the fastest-growing religions in Australia. But the media still struggle to include different faith leaders or the necessary nuance in religion reporting.
Most terrorism has nothing to do with Islam, yet thanks to 9/11 politicians and the media, that’s the way it is presented to the public.
An article that used geolocation data to place a priest at gay bars raises questions over journalistic ethics, and shines a light on the Catholic media landscape.
The Associated Press will no longer name those arrested in minor crimes when the news service is unlikely to cover the story’s resolution. That’s a major shift in US news culture.
It will take another 67 years to close the gender gap in news, according to the latest global survey of women in the media.
The pandemic has driven news platforms to shift towards paying for content faster than they planned.