Jeffrey Brown speaks with media experts about the ongoing feud between the White House and Fox News channel. Continue reading
A multimedia exhibition from Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen on display at the National Building Museum in Washington, D.C., documents the experiences of families living in unplanned, off-the-grid slums in Nairobi, Mumbai, Caracas and Jakarta.
Journalist and author Alex Jones speaks with Jeffrey Brown about the uncertain future of journalism, as well as his new book, “Losing the News.” Continue reading
After waiting a year for a response from the White House, 11-year-old Damon Weaver landed an interview with President Obama. Continue reading
It’s been more than a quarter century since Walter Cronkite retired as anchor of the CBS Evening News, but his impact on journalism persists. Robert MacNeil and Todd Gitlin of Columbia University speak with Gwen Ifill about Cronkite’s reporting legacy. Continue reading
With record numbers of layoffs at newspapers around the country and some other publications, such as the Seattle Post-Intelligencer, moving entire operations online, industry professionals are struggling to find a new business model to carry them through the changing media landscape. Analysts discuss the situation. Continue reading