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The Russian state tried to intimidate its media with the shocking treatment of a star journalist, but they just showed they’re not listening
Ivan Golunov was arrested and detained over charges of drug dealing last week. He denies all charges and his lawyer says police framed him.
Press freedom is under attack in some of the world’s most influential democracies, according to new report
Efforts to suppress the media have seen an increase over the past decade in both authoritarian countries and democracies alike, Freedom House said.
Australian Federal Police raid the offices of the country’s national broadcaster over a series of government leaks related to unlawful killings ...
The Australian Federal Police on Wednesday raided the offices of the Australian Broadcasting Corporation over a series of defense leaks it published.
The founder of Craigslist and other donors will ‘reassess’ their support for the Markup following the controversial firing of its editor-i...
Craig Newmark Philanthropies donated $20 million to the Markup last year, but his latest tweet puts its support in question.
A newscaster dropped her ‘TV lady uniform’ in favor of expressing her true style: ‘I’m just getting dressed the way I feel com...
In January 2016, Jana Shortal, a news anchor in Minnesota was about to start hosting a new show. Before it aired, she changed her on-air aesthetic.
The KVIA news reporter Michael Gordon said he held "absolutely no ill towards the woman."
I recently set a daunting challenge for the INSIDER newsroom: No Twitter during work hours for one week.
The Daily Beast CEO Heather Dietrick once had to tell 200 people that Gawker was going bankrupt, and she says that ‘wartime’ leadership st...
Daily Beast CEO Heather Dietrick shares what she learned from being in "wartime mode" at Gawker and how she's taken risks throughout her career.
Facebook vehemently denies report that its head of news told publishers that without its help, ‘I’ll be holding your hands with your dying...
Facebook has said the alleged quotes reported in The Australian are "not accurate" and "have been taken out of context."
YouTube will combat fake news and conspiracy theories by highlighting reputable news sources when big news breaks
YouTube is taking the fight against fake news to the next level. The Google-owned video-sharing service said Monday that when big news breaks it plans to steer users to stories and video from authoritative news sources.