For the past six weeks, Malaysians have been mesmerized by a series of shocking sex videos. The video clips, which started ...
The political reaction to Trump’s tweets and his supporters’ cheers is important—at least, elements of it are. The failure of top Republicans to call racism by its name merits response; so, too, does ...
One Sunday night last fall, Courtney Mims was out with a friend when “No Caller ID” flashed across her phone. Mims, a senior ...
On this week’s episode, CJR Editor and Publisher Kyle Pope speaks with Bob Garfield, the co-host of WNYC’s “On the Media” and ...
In May, CJR published a report from the Tow Center for Digital Journalism, entitled, ‘Can Report for America build trust in ...
Before the House voted to condemn Donald Trump’s racist tweets on Tuesday, Republican Doug Collins of Georgia issued a formal ...
On Wednesday, Facebook announced the first round of grant recipients for what it is calling its Facebook Journalism Project Community Network. The 23 media outlets who will receive the money—between ...
On June 12, Chong Man-lung, a contract driver, arrived at Hong Kong’s government complex ferrying a reporter for Radio ...
On Tuesday evening, a segment on Jake Tapper’s CNN show The Lead featured an interview with Richard Spencer, a white ...
One of the most challenging problems of the digital information age is how to report on disinformation without pouring gasoline on the fire in the process. While working with the New York-based group ...
On Monday, Tanzina Vega centered some of this context as she opened The Takeaway, her show on WNYC, with the Puerto Rico story. Vega asked Michael Deibert, who reports for Bloomberg from San Juan, ...
On Wednesday, Facebook announced the first round of grant recipients for what it is calling its Facebook Journalism Project ...