With President Trump and former Vice President Joe Biden set to participate Thursday night in separate televised town halls on different broadcast networks, we take a look at how the media is covering the candidates during this highly unusual presidential…
As the presidential election approaches, questions are raised daily about not only the candidates themselves, but also how they are covered by the news media. In President Trump’s case, the attention focuses on his relationship with Fox News. Judy Woodruff…
The federal government has fined TV broadcaster Sinclair $48 million, largely because of actions it took in its failed attempt to acquire smaller rival Tribune Media.
By Tali Arbel, Associated Press
Each semester, Michelle Ciulla Lipkin struggles with the right time to share a very personal story with her students. She hopes it will help explain her desire for a more media-literate society.
By Vic Pasquantonio
By choosing to “like” or “follow” specific stories, pages and users, we paint a picture for sites like Google and Facebook of our interests, preferences and worldview. These sites’ algorithms then set to work ensuring we are shown more of…
After a Rolling Stone profile led to the firing of Gen. Stanley McChrystal , the Pentagon is changing the rules on its relationship with the news media.
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