Here's an alarming fact for you: the number of working journalists in the United States dropped by nearly 20,000 in just six years, according to the Pew Research Center.
[Commentary] Comcast took to Washington to sell its mega-merger with Time Warner Cable.
[Commentary] The Star-Ledger's owner announced massive layoffs at the newspaper as part of a larger effort at consolidation.
[Commentary] Everyone's taking about the Supreme Court's perfectly predictable "Citizens United 2" McCutcheon decision. It's what we are not talking about that worries me.
Participants at the BBC's Safety of Journalists Synopsium issued a joint statement calling for the protection of journalists, the BBC reported.
A major step has been taken towards the protection of journalists. A resolution adopted by the United Nations Human Rights Council now acknowledges “the promotion and protection of human rights in the context of peaceful protests.”
[Commentary] The entire right-wing mediasphere flexed its powerful muscles against its only regulator, the Federal Communications Commission.
[Commentary] It was a truly historic moment when Senate Intelligence Committee Chair Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) took to the Senate floor to warn that the CIA's continuing cover-up of its torture program is threatening our Constitutional division of p
[Commentary] There is a new sheriff at the Federal Communications Commission, and it looks like Tom Wheeler is here to protect the townspeople, not the outlaws.
[Commentary] I love online quizzes. And it doesn't matter whether these quizzes are based on data or not.