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When Refugee Chefs Host Dinners, Every Morsel Tells a Story

Serving a meal from one's homeland provides more dignity than just seeking a handout. This article was originally published by The New Food Economy, an independent, non-profit newsroom that investigates the forces shaping how and what we eat. Show More Summary

'The Post' movie and the Pentagon Papers: Inside the newsroom with former editor Len Downie

Len Downie, former Washington Post editor, talks about the real people behind the major motion picture.        

The Foreign Press Is Having a Hard Time Translating “Shithole”

When news broke that President Donald Trump referred to Haiti, El Salvador, and African countries as “shithole countries,” newsrooms across the country had to decide how to handle the expletive. (Trump has since denied calling Haiti a “shithole.”) On CNN, anchor Wolf Blitzer avoided using the word by saying “s hole” (over and over) instead. […]

‘Good Girls Revolt’ Isn’t Returning, But It Should

By Natalie Mokry Amazon's newsroom drama rooted in a historical part of the women's movement is exactly what we need right now. The article ‘Good Girls Revolt’ Isn’t Returning, But It Should appeared first on Film School Rejects.

Is the Los Angeles Times moving to this horribly outdated vision of a newsroom?

Tronc commissioned a bizarre design proposal to relocate to Aon Center and is also considering Playa Vista After the acquisition of the Los Angeles Times by media conglomerate Tronc in 2016, the iconic Los Angeles Times Building was sold to Canadian developers Onni, who will likely turn it into condos and retail space. Show More Summary

China’s news agency is reinventing itself with AI

On the heels of billions of yuan of investment burrowed into China’s artificial intelligence scene, China’s state news agency has announced that it is rebuilding its newsroom to emphasize human-machine collaboration. There are already elements of this in quite a few newsrooms but this is the first announcement (I’ve seen) of a large news org...

Former top Fox News reporter left network following history of harassment allegations

James Rosen left Fox News in December. NPR reported that he made unsolicited physical advances on women in the newsroom. A former top Fox News reporter left the bureau at the end of last year as rumors swirled about his history of alleged...Show More Summary

President Trump Announces Delay of Fake-News Awards

Newsrooms around the country put their preparations on hold after President Trump announced that he would be delaying his breathlessly awaited, inaugural Fake News Awards until January 17.The Fake News Awards, those going to the most corrupt & biased of the Mainstream Media, will be presented to the losers on ... More »

Mirror, mirror on the wall

In 2018, digital news companies will get bought and sold, big-name brands will miss their ambitious growth goals, while plenty of newsrooms will keep pirouetting amid more jobs cut. And many news executives, mostly white men, will keep getting hired in big jobs. In much of the journalism we will read about these inevitable changes...

"She said she and another Star reporter were in the newsroom... when Ayers, then the newspaper’s publisher... told her she’d 'been a bad girl' and needed to be spanked."

"'I started laughing, because I thought it was the funniest thing I’d ever heard,' she said. [Veronica Pike] Kennedy said [H. Brandt] Ayers picked up a pica pole – a metal ruler used to measure the size of printed type – and tried to pull Kennedy out of her chair. Show More Summary

The Offshore Journalism Project would let newsrooms send a “distress signal” when their content is at risk of being lost forever

On March 23, 2006, PrimaDaNoi.it, a local news site covering the Abruzzo region of Central Italy, published a story about a couple who had been arrested for attempted extortion. In 2007, the couple was acquitted, and PrimaDaNoi.it updated its story. It updated the story again in 2008, when the couple sued the Italian state for...

The reckoning is only beginning

In many respects, 2017 was the year of resistance. People fought back. They organized. They marched. They ran for office. We covered it and struggled with how best to facilitate these conversations. In some newsrooms, we opened the door for listening and people stepped forward to tell their stories. As we close out 2017, dozens...

It’s time for media companies to #PassTheMic

2018 will be the year where frank talk about race and racism in newsrooms will replace ephemeral promises to diversify. And it must. From the front pages of the country’s most prestigious newspapers to the anchor desks of the most influential radio and television stations, journalists of color not only remain less visible than their...

App Store Continues to Grow

Apple Newsroom: App Store customers around the world made apps and games a bigger part of their holiday season in 2017 than ever before, culminating in $300 million in purchases made on New Year’s Day 2018. During he week starting on...Show More Summary

Los Angeles Times journalists vote on whether to form a union

Newsroom employees of the Los Angeles Times voted Thursday on whether to form a union. Employees began casting ballots at 10 a.m. at The Times’ offices in downtown Los Angeles and Fountain Valley in an election held by the National Labor Relations Board. Those who work outside those offices were...

Los Angeles Times Newsroom Voting on Whether to Unionize

The newspaper’s Chicago-based owner, Tronc, has pushed back aggressively against the effort. The vote tally will be announced later in the month.

USA Today’s Branded Content Studio Is Thriving Thanks to a Focus on Data

Each month, USA Today reaches more than 125 million people across print, online, mobile and tablet consumers of media. That number includes the aforementioned newspaper and the more than 100 local newsrooms (and 3,000 journalists) that make up the USA Today Network, which continues to expand into markets across the country. Because of this rapid...

China Orders Media To Stop Reporting Iran Unrest, Desires Stability For Massive Investments

As widespread protests in Iran have now reached a full week,  a new censorship directive from the Chinese government has ordered newsrooms across the nation to cease reporting on Iran demonstrations. The leaked directive, which has been...Show More Summary

Rep DeSantis: DOJ, FBI Refuse to Answer Questions About Dossier Under Oath Yet Have No Problem Leaking to NY Times (VIDEO)

Rep Ron DeSantis (R-FL) appeared on Fox News’ ‘America Newsroom’ Tuesday morning to discuss the pathetic New York Times Papadopoulos-bombshell-turned-dud. DeSantis said the DOJ and FBI refuse to answer questions about the dossier under oath to the House Judiciary Committee yet they have no problem leaking to the New York Times. Show More Summary

I think family is where you find it — on the football field or at Christmas Eve Mass

So there we are, playing touch football with a world-class assortment of misfits and malcontents, achieving a level of snarkiness rarely seen outside of big-city taverns and newsrooms. Naturally, it was Christmas Eve. Don’t judge, because it was early in the day, and even if some of the dads had...

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