Former press secretary to the Bernie Sanders presidential campaign Symone Sanders blasted the idea that the Democratic Party’s solution to winning elections is to “win more white people” during a Saturday discussion on “CNN Newsroom with Ana Cabrera.” She also took aim...
As Montel Williams appeared on Friday's CNN Newsroom with Brooke Baldwin to discuss his recent USA Today article attacking Republican plans to repeal ObamaCare, the former talk show host accused congressional Republicans of not caring...Show More Summary
We’re experimenting with having a bulletin board on our site for our journalists to talk directly to our readers about our coverage.
The Wall Street Journal’s staff is about as diverse as the business world the paper covers: It’s essentially run by white men. A few star women have risen and departed over the years. And people of color are essentially missing fromShow More Summary
A YOUNG actor settles into a chair and tells the barber he is nervous: he has an audition for the part of “a strong, black man”. The barber laughs and tells him he is overqualified, but the actor is convinced that he won’t fit their notion of masculinity: he doesn’t know what the description entails.
Anchorman, as the title implies, is a raunchy comedy set in a newsroom, inasmuch as Anchorman takes place in any stable reality. The original concept for the film, however, was straight-up absurd, as Will Ferrell explained on Late Night last night. The action would’ve begun when Ron Burgundy crashed a ... More »
On 'America's Newsroom,' the Republican leader weighs in on the legislative process of the bill and details his tax reform push
On 'America's Newsroom,' the senator believes Republican Karen Handel will win
Fox News: On “America’s Newsroom” today, Katie Pavlich said it’s a “no-brainer” that congressmen and women should be allowed to carry a firearm in D.C. if they have the proper permit. She pointed to Sen. Rand Paul’s (R-KY) comments that if armed Capitol Hill police had not been present at the baseball field last week, […]
This article was written in partnership with InvestigateWest, the nonprofit newsroom for the Pacific Northwest. President Trump likes lobster, I hear—Maine lobster was served at his inaugural lunch. It’s a good thing, perhaps. Though...Show More Summary
The Spanish-language network is a striking example of a news organization that is meeting the needs of a frightened and information-famished audience.
Mike Huckabee threw an inflammatory hissy fit for his pals at Fox News in order to deflect and distract from Donald Trump’s unhinged and suspicious behvavior the Russia investigation. Huckabee visited Fox’s America’s Newsroom show this...Show More Summary
This commentary was published in partnership with the Marshall Project, a nonprofit newsroom covering the U.S. criminal justice system. Imagine police officers enter your home, without permission and without warning, while you’re sleeping. Show More Summary
Business Insider is looking for a Graphic Design Intern to join the newsroom's Graphics team immediately. Projects would range from basic Photoshop requests to more creative assignments such as maps, charts and infographics — like these. As...Show More Summary
I don’t know what Megyn Kelly is doing, but it’s not funny. I’ve been a Kelly fan since the early 2000’s when she joined Bill Hemmer on America’s Newsroom. I remember her talking about her surprise wedding shower when she married author, Douglas Brunt. Show More Summary
Comey says he asked a friend to share content of his memo with a reporter because it would prompt special counsel https://t.co/SHRduJRijJ — CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) June 8, 2017 “I woke up in the middle of the night on Monday night,...Show More Summary
Do you have any doubt that Russia attempted to interfere in the 2016 election? Comey: “None.” https://t.co/cfLIiZbmvi — CNN Newsroom (@CNNnewsroom) June 8, 2017 Sen. Richard Burr (R-NC): “Do you have any doubt that Russia attempted to interfere in the 2016 elections?” Fmr. Show More Summary
Jeff Glasser is Vice President, Legal at the Los Angeles Times and Senior Counsel at tronc, Inc., handling newsroom counseling, litigation, intellectual property, commercial speech and other legal issues for The Times, San Diego Union-Tribune, Orlando Sentinel, South Florida Sun Sentinel, Hartford...
The New York Times recently did away with its public editor position, ending a long-running but still needed tradition in the newsroom. The post The Need for Public Editors appeared first on Plagiarism Today.
So you heard that email newsletters are the hot new trend for news organizations looking to reach highly engaged audiences and now you’re thinking of starting one in your newsroom. But where should you start? A new tool out Monday from the Seattle-based Crosscut Public Media and Reynolds Journalism Institute hopes to help answer newsroom’s...