Simone Biles did what she did. The only thing that matters is how we react to it.
Naomi Osaka punched a giant hole in the myth that professional sports owes the public a quote or a press conference. Watching sports journalists double…
Alden Global Capital's purchase of Tribune Co. was approved this week, and that is very bad news for local communities. Now is the moment for communiti…
The study of media helps us interrogate the media environment we are in. But we have to push back against despair and cynicism if we want to make chang…
The Derek Chauvin verdict was in doubt, and that is a reminder that video evidence isn't enough to convince people of something they don't want to beli…
Maybe we don't care enough about adtech data privacy to do something about it, but Apple is betting that informed consent is a better future than the c…
Battered by increasing criticism of its recommendation algorithm, Facebook is trying a new approach: leveling with us about ourselves.
Watching how news organizations covered the recent Atlanta shootings is a master class in why representation matters, and why modern objectivity conven…
Change was coming to universities in the U.S., and then the virus hit. A year later, I look at this lost year as chance to reclaim our value by drawing…
A small app that has been around for a year is having a moment, and if it moves fast enough it could transform the audio space in ways that threaten pl…
The financials and ownership situations are getting worse and the newsroom cuts are getting deeper. There is hope for local news, but whether it will c…
The social media giant took a very different path than Google in the face of pressure to pay publishers. Australia's news consumers hang in the balance.