Tanveer Ahmed returns to media commentary… again.
Times of India could use some cleaning.
A Muslim scholar from London had told her to shut up so he could talk.
It’s not news unless the news says so.
“Journalism Is Not Advocacy” apparently.
Maynard dedicated her life toward a legacy of social justice in journalism.
The Girls actor defended the NBC Nightly News anchor following his six-month suspension over embellishments to his reporting in Iraq.
Award-winning journalist Jonny Steinberg on the man who inspired him to write his new book, A Man of Good Hope, as well as return to his home country.
The NBC Nightly News anchor came under fire last week after U.S. military personnel questioned his story that he was aboard a downed helicopter.
The embattled NBC Nightly News anchor still has his job, but if he loses it, who should step in to fill his shoes? You choose.
New accounts challenge the NBC Nightly News anchor’s account of his 2003 helicopter ride in Iraq.
What other historic moments might Brian Williams have misremembered?!?
With 17 million social media followers and surging revenues, The Lad Bible is a publishing phenomenon. Critics say it objectifies women and fuels sexism. Now The Lad Bible wants to be taken seriously, but can it shake off its trashy image?
“Ebola puts a physical distance between you and the world that no words can bridge, and you feel that distance in your body.” Read Jina Moore’s story.
Academia taught me how to do one thing well. It wasn’t until recently that I understood how well it prepared me to do another.
BuzzFeed News obtains foreign correspondent Trevor Bormann’s incendiary resignation note.
Journalists given four weeks to achieve a higher “score” and keep jobs.
Said Muse Dahir kept his newspaper and radio show going in Somalia, even as al-Shabaab militants wreak violence in the country. What happened after he crossed into the U.S.
“What is so wrong about digging up dirt on shady journalist?”
Why Janet Malcolm’s The Journalist and the Murderer is essential reading for Serial listeners.
A judge has reversed his decision barring local media around Atlanta from running a story related to a public school test cheating scandal. The original ban was an extremely rare move.
The hair-raising video in their “I am Mumbai” campaign explores the city’s criminal underbelly.
Bradlee led the newspaper for 26 years. He died in his home of natural causes, The Washington Post reported.
When YOU see a strawberry that looks a bit like a penis, you know who to call: your local newspaper.
STOP! STOP! IT’S ALREADY DEAD!
Proving once and for all he is much cooler than his brother.
Spider or paedophile? H/T @Andrewhunterm.
If it’s a hot political issue in Scotland, you can bet @TannadiceLad is (not) tweeting about it.
Things just got interesting in Bridlington, thanks to the people contributing tweets to the #Bridnews hashtag.
It’s worth remembering the Samaritans’ guidelines on the reporting of suicide.