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The obituary of an era is being written in real time. Recent weeks have seen the departure of several top editors from prestige magazine titles,... [Read More]
They couldn't believe their eyes. It was really happening. There Donald Trump was in the Oval Office, awkwardly shaking hands with his predecessor, a man... [Read More]
REPORTERS AT THE CHICAGO SUN-TIMES did something recently that most conscientious journalists do when working on something sensitive: they knocked on the doors of those people they... [Read More]
Joseph Bernstein's deep investigation of the inner workings of the alt-right, published October 5, was a groundbreaking look at how former Breitbart figurehead Milo Yiannopoulos,... [Read More]
The media—and especially nonprofit media—has spent the past few years struggling to measure the impact of its work. Some outlets are compelled to do so... [Read More]
In the aftermath of the 2016 U.S. presidential election, numerous analysts have criticized the polarized nature of media and its failure to include perspectives that... [Read More]
A DECADE OR SO AGO, when the Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News had no strong digital presence, and their parent company was in the early... [Read More]
It's cramped, has only 49 seats, and is a maze of wires and cables. But never, in its nearly 50 years of existence, has it... [Read More]
Margaret Sullivan worries that President Trump's constant press attacks have a price. "They hurt America's ability to stand for democratic freedoms around the world," she... [Read More]
Resentment against Harvey Weinstein wasn't just because of the way he treated women, Maureen Dowd wrote in The New York Times. "Many in the film... [Read More]
Donald Trump's Twitter feed has become a news service for political junkies. It's also raised a tangle of new ethical and legal questions for reporters... [Read More]
Climate change eludes easy coverage. The impact of global warming looks different in every community; so do the human factors that raise the Earth's temperature.... [Read More]
Covering protests has become the riskiest job in journalism... [Read More]
The Hollywood Reporter's Kim Masters is used to threatening letters from lawyers working to protect people and organizations she covers. But in a piece for... [Read More]
This week on The Kicker, Pete talks with CJR Editor and Publisher Kyle Pope about our new print issue and Pope's time as Jared Kushner's... [Read More]
How covering Trump has changed the careers of some of journalism's hottest names... [Read More]
A basic understanding of where news comes from is back on the syllabus as students navigate an increasingly bewildering media environment... [Read More]
CNN's Bill Weir called it "the worst humanitarian disaster I've covered since Katrina." CBS's David Begnaud took viewers inside a hospital where patients waited by... [Read More]
Alex Mather has what he calls, with a touch of understatement, "pretty big goals" for his subscription-based sports news startup, The Athletic. "The best case... [Read More]
I'VE WORKED AS A JOURNALIST since I was a teenager. I started with my local paper's high school apprenticeship program, moved on to my college newspaper... [Read More]