Journalism

From Campus to the Headlines: How a Student Journalism Squad Is Breaking Major Stories

Every year, a journalism class at a Vienna-based university unearths attention-grabbing stories.  The idea of a practical journalism course dawned…

11 months ago

Open Society Foundations To Pull Out of Europe

With the foundation recognized as a major supporter of independent journalism, its decision is bad news for independent media in…

11 months ago

Government Shuts Down Tele Liban, Lebanon’s Public Television

The closure of Tele Liban raises concerns about the future of the station and its ability to continue serving as…

11 months ago

Two Journalist Brothers Arrested by Iranian Authorities

The arrest of Mehdi and Majid Nikahd serves as a stark reminder of the challenges faced by journalists in Iran.…

12 months ago

Big Tech Funding: A Band-Aid Solution for Journalism’s Struggles

New study exposes philanthrocapitalism's failure to effectively back journalism in the Global South.  In the fast-paced world of media innovation,…

12 months ago

Roberto Saviano Silenced by RAI

Journalist Roberto Saviano has found himself at the center of a whirlwind of controversy following statements made against Italy's Vice…

12 months ago

Big Tech and Journalism: Principles for Fair Compensation

“One remedy we do not have in the Global South is the break-up of Big Tech through antitrust or competition…

1 year ago

Making Big Tech Pay For News: What Can We Learn From Spain?

Meta made headlines recently by saying it would drop Canadian news from both Instagram and Facebook after the Liberal Canadian…

1 year ago

Murdoch Family Opts Not To Reunite Media Empire

Rupert Murdoch scraps the proposed Fox-News Corp merger More than a decade ago, the billionaire and media mogul Rupert Murdoch…

1 year ago

The Press and Its Enemies: A Fresh Look

Award-winning journalist Ann Cooper talks about what lands journalists in trouble today. Ann Cooper is an award-winning journalist and foreign…

2 years ago