An imploding mediascape has driven independent journalists to publish their work in newsletters like Substack. But a la carte news is not a sustainable model for anyone.
Legacy media’s new favorite beat is doomerism, driving outrage clicks on the defeatist idea that none of us can do anything to improve the state of the world.
Twitter was one of the most important tech utilities for reporters to break stories and deliver real-time news, until Elon Musk bought the company. He not only killed the social media platform, he destroyed one of our most vital news outlets.
The Right's war on the fourth estate is nothing new. But when cops raided a rural Kansas newspaper office and its editors’ homes over an investigation in progress, a new horrifying precedent was set.
If journalism is the first draft of history, then it’s critical that women aren’t just the story, but also the storytellers.
Journalists should be the critical eye of any industry, yet when it comes to crypto, some have fallen for the hype.
And what the public owes media.
The National Right to LIfe Committee’s model law puts journalists and outlets who cover abortion squarely into legal crosshairs. And it’s just the latest in a long history of tactics used to silence coverage of injustice and marginalized people.
The goal of newspapers is to inform the public. But increasingly, they are publishing opinion pieces as fact, misleading and confusing readers, and undermining their own agenda—and quite possibly, our democracy.
Journalism on the Afghanistan withdrawal often suffered from missing context, tacit assumptions, over-editorializing, and emotion at the expense of nuance.