The Democracy Now! co-host and co-author of News for All the People explains why Americans don’t have a free market in the media and tackles the racial politics of media ownership.
The new executive editor of The New York Times discusses why it’s a great time to be running the paper and shares what she wants her legacy to be.
The next time you’re online with some time to spend reading, blogger Jeremy Freed encourages you to check out one of his favorite Web sites…an online archive of long-form magazine journalism.
The Fairness Doctrine has been a controversial policy, and blogger Tamika Thompson addresses the debate on whether the American media landscape has suffered from its elimination.
Will candidates “break free from the noise of a one-size-fits-all Christianity” in 2012? Our blogger Sean Nixon makes a case for seizing on a unique opportunity.
Veteran New York Times columnist explains why he chose to write about the president for his debut piece with New York Magazine.
Award-winning New Yorker staff writer discusses the clampdown on Wall Street corruption and explains why the trail has grown cold for prosecuting crimes that caused the financial crisis in the U.S.
Award-winning investigative journalist discusses the killing of Osama bin Laden, NATO’s future in Afghanistan and the death of his friend, colleague and Restrepo collaborator Tim Hetherington.
Washington Post columnist and best-selling author describes the plot of his latest text, Bloodmoney, and explains why the novel is painted in colors that are true to life.
CNN anchor Don Lemon talks about his candid new memoir, Transparent.