Columbia Journalism Review
[Commentary] Much of the national coverage of Ferguson (MO) has been excellent.
Working journalists and journalism students are more often being taught to use tools like the email-encrypting LEAP, browsing-anonymizer Tor, and the messaging service Jabber.
[Commentary] It’s hard to recall a spate of media deconsolidation like the one in recent months, as companies shed their publishing divisions. Time Warner unloaded its magazine division, Time.
The National Counterterrorism Center preempted a scoop by The Intercept, a site whose stable of reporters, led by Glenn Greenwald, has consistently been a thorn in the intelligence community’s side.
[Commentary] Friction between reporters and government is inherent in journalism.
There are seven Local Journalism Centers scattered throughout the United States.