Do you think someone can vote for a political candidate and still report the news in an unbiased way?
The FBI’s threat assessment was based on the execution of two journalists by the terrorist group, statements on social media and potential mobilization of more kidnappers.
Officials believed the journalists would be given a pardon or lighter sentences. “Obviously, we were wrong.”
One reporter was able to capture the chilling moment and post a short clip on Instagram.
“We are living in a digital era but you still have people who believe what the TV screen is telling them.”
That’s what the Committee to Protect Journalists found in a new report, released as violence spirals around the country.
Around the world, 211 journalists are in jail because of their work, making 2013 the second worst year on record, according to the Committee to Protect Journalists.
Syria is one of the world’s most dangerous places for journalists. At least 30 are reported to be missing or kidnapped, many of whom remain unnamed, and 52 have been killed since the civil war began in 2011. Meet the 10 international journalists identified by the Associated Press as currently missing or held hostage in Syria.
Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb says it killed two French journalists in retaliation for French crimes against the people of northern Mali.
Every journalist (and cat) can relate.
Interviews aren’t for the faint of heart.
Because “to write or not to write” has never been the question.
Life in the fourth estate.
Local news is made interesting by looking at these nice faces. Add whoever makes you turn on the 6 O’Clock news.
Miss North Dakota (1997) has been working as a freelance journalist in Iran and is currently MIA.
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Editors at Wired are removing the curtains, so to speak, on the whole process of creating a feature article, in a new blog called Storyboard. It’s a profile of a profile.
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