Last year, the Toronto International Film Festival made a pledge that at least 20 percent of its media passes would go to under-represented journalists—women, people of color, LGBTQIA+ writers, and people with disabilities. It also created a media mentorship program, aimed at increasing access for critics and reporters who fall under that umbrella. But to […]
New terms for the misinformation trade The language surrounding misinformation seems to change as fast as the tactics used by the people who spread it. Terms that once meant one thing — “fake news,” for example — now mean something else, or are used so differently by different people that they have lost a common meaning. For […]
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Public housing is one of the most undercovered stories in New York. But every day, Monica Morales of PIX11 News answers calls from residents of city-owned buildings and fixes their problems. Kyle Pope, the editor and publisher of CJR, speaks with Morales and Emma Whitford, who profiled her this week. They discuss the difference a […]
The search giant Google said on Thursday that it has made changes in its search rater guidelines that will “better recognize original reporting, surface it more prominently in Search and ensure it stays there longer.” If true, and if it can work, this would be …
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In the city of Calgary, more than 3,000 homeless people don’t know where they will sleep tonight. In 2008, a
The next Democratic debate in October already has 11 candidates who have qualified to appear — so the chances that it will be a two-night affair are growing. But for now, the Dems have picked October 15 as the date of the debate. And they …
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Anonymous Twitter trolls and the president of the United States have a few things in common. Each has attacked the
The fight over Assembly Bill 5—the newly approved legislation requiring many gig economy workers to be counted as employees—has been
Since 2014, major U.S. newspapers have used dehumanizing labels to refer to immigrants at a steadily increasing rate, according to a
Publisher says declines in the market has led to the decision to shutter the title, and now the Wisconsin-based publisher will concentrate on its other enthusiast brands
The trade pub Folio: has reported via Twitter that Kalmback Media will be closing American Snowmobiler citing a …