World Press Freedom Index: The Philippines Still Dangerous country for Media

Asian Journal, News Report, Posted: May 02, 2017

There may have been a decrease in the number of journalists killed in the Philippines last year, but the country still remains one of the most dangerous countries for the media


Civil Rights Groups Condemn Proposal to Collect Social Media Data from Chinese Travelers


New America Media, News Report, Elena Shore, Posted: Apr 19, 2017

A proposal by Trump’s CBP would require visa holders from China to turn over their social media information.


Can the Media Hold Politicians Accountable?


Arab American News, News Analysis, Lee Hamilton, Posted: Jan 25, 2017

We are losing important ways and means of holding politicians accountable.


Covering Hate Crimes in an Increasingly Toxic Political World


We-Ced/New America Media, News Report, Hannah Esqueda, Posted: Jan 19, 2017

The spike in hate crimes since Donald Trump's election prompted journalists to join a telebriefing to learn how best to report the ugly incidents.


The Black Press Faces New Reality in the Era of Trump


The Root, News Analysis, Jason Johnson, Posted: Nov 16, 2016

Will mainstream media networks still have a place at the table for black on-air talent during a Trump administration?


Let Trump Be Held Accountable, Not Just ‘Too Old to Change’


New America Media, News Analysis, Paul Kleyman, Posted: Nov 15, 2016

Some national media echo the refrain that at 70, Donald Trump is too old to change. That's ageism and lets him off the hook.

First Amendment Win: Charges Dropped Against Journalist Amy Goodman in North Dakota


Indian Country Today, News Report, Posted: Oct 18, 2016

Judge John Grinsteiner, citing a lack of probable cause, declined to sign the state’s complaint against Goodman, the Bismarck Tribune reported.

Study Confirms What We Already Know: When it Comes to Social Media, Mobile Tech Black Millennials Rule


The Root, News Report, Posted: Oct 17, 2016

Black millennials are tech-savvy, socially aware and engaged, and they’re changing the game with their use of mobile technology and social media, a recent report finds.


Black Publishers Declare 'State of Emergency' in U.S.


Washington Informer, News Report, D. Kevin McNeir, Posted: Sep 29, 2016

African-American-owned newspapers and media companies declared a state of emergency in the U.S. with respect to Black America.

Trump's Mexico Visit Inundates Social Media with Memes


Sin Embargo, News Report, Posted: Aug 31, 2016

Thousands of social media users are satirizing Donald Trump's meeting with Mexican president Enrique Peña Nieto.

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