Deia Schlosberg, a climate journalist and filmmaker, faces 45 years in prison for covering a major demonstration against the Dakota Access pipeline.
The issue is not the mainstream media admitting its bias against Trump, but their refusal to admit their bias in favor of the neoliberal status quo.
There is a specter haunting the establishment media, the specter of a Trump presidency. This idea is apparently so terrifying that no unethical and hypocritical action is too extreme for “mainstream” journalists to take if it they believe it will damage Trump’s presidential prospects. Enter the Russian threat. Russian President
Journalists who argue for limiting FOIA so emails are protected betray a great tradition of watchdog journalism.
Mara Einstein discusses a fundamental shift in advertising—how it is getting harder to tell difference between content and ads.
Social movements, not the work of political parties, are the key to forcing the powerful to make concessions.
For reasons still unknown, a US government owned and operated media outlet, Voice of America, published a hit piece on Senator Bernie Sanders.
We take the concerns of Sanders supporters and research them. And it turns out there has been a lot of merit to those allegations.
A survey of editors from print and online publications found most news organizations struggle to defend the right to freedom of the press.
The usual suspects in infotainment claim Sanders somehow blew an interview with The New York Daily News and does not understand how to breakup the banks.