Patrick Soon-Shiong has finally won his hometown prize.
The Knight Foundation announced that it is boosting local TV news with $2.6 million across five organizations that will help students of color gain experience in local TV markets, bring together broadcast journalists focused on digital innovation
[Commentary] It is time to discard the perception of “good journalism” as being enough.
The Federal Communications Commission’s anticipated decision on net neutrality has (rightfully) garnered a lot of publicity and scrutiny.
[Commentary] Five months after the US elections, fake news remains high on media, political, and public agendas, having sparked a wave of concern, responses, and counter-responses in countries around the world.
From the unbanked to the unnewsed: Just doing good journalism won’t be enough to bring back reader trust
[Commentary] One lesson I learned early on in news is that what journalists value and what their audiences value are often frustratingly misaligned.
In 2016, the Federal Communications Commission launched an auction that will allow broadcasters to sell all or parts of their broadcast spectrum, which could then be purchased by wireless carriers looking to expand their reach.
[Commentary] There are few things that can galvanize the news world’s attention like a change in leadership atop The New York Times. Jill Abramson’s ouster probably reduced American newsroom productivity enough to skew this quarter’s GDP numbers.