Patch is back. And so is LAist, Gothamist, and the DCist, thanks to investors from public radio stations. Can they survive this time around?
How is it that the magazine that helped grow the #MeToo movement is failing to represent women and people of color in its pages, and especially on staff?
When breaking a story matters more than respecting sources and subjects, journalists are not only failing, they’re putting women at risk.
Are the Russian nationals solely to blame for election interference? Or have we allowed our news media to become useful idiots?
Trump outrage has been good for independent media. But can they turn that into a sustainable new business model?
While the majority of reporters identify as Democrats, conservatives have done a masterful job of gaining increasing control of the media. That changes the news we all read.
The pay rates are ever-declining and newsrooms remain as white and male as ever. That's not only bad for readers—it's bad for business.
The slow decline of print media is often blamed on internet culture, but the industry has been cannibalizing itself for decades.
It's not just the truth that is under assault, but the perceptions being created by a right-wing takeover of our national and local news organizations.