Author Charlayne Hunter-Gault talks about her new book "New News in Africa" and she discusses her time in Africa, providing a fresh perspective to a continent that is usually potrayed negetively.
With circulation dwindling for major paid newspapers in the U.S., publications distributed for free, or "freebies," are changing the landscape of the media business in cities across the country.
More people are looking to nontraditional media sources, such as the Internet and late-night talk shows, for information about the 2004 presidential campaign, according to a new Pew Research Center report.
Television news organizations on Tuesday considered whether to keep their staffs in Iraq or heed President Bush's warning, delivered during his address Monday night, for all journalists and foreign nationals to leave Iraq ahead of a military strike.
If you get most of your news from Web sites like this one, a new study says you're not alone.
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