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Journalist Simeon Booker consistently broke barriers in a career that spanned more than 60 years. He was the first full-time black reporter for The Washington... [Read More]
A blockbuster acquisition, succession at the nation's most influential newspaper, and a decision that could signal the end of the internet as we know it.... [Read More]
IF SUNLIGHT TRULY IS "the best of disinfectants," as Justice Louis D. Brandeis wrote about the importance of transparency, then we need a Costco pallet of... [Read More]
This week on The Kicker, Meg speaks with New Yorker Fiction Editor Deborah Treisman about how a short story, "Cat Person" by Kristen Roupenian, went... [Read More]
BREAKING THIS MORNING: Hm, as Disney has reached a deal to purchase most of the assets of 21st Century Fox for $52.4 billion. Rupert Murdoch... [Read More]
How do you measure impact? Many publishers are looking to outside sources for funding through foundations, investors, and subscriptions. In addition to analyzing interest in... [Read More]
On an assignment in August, freelance journalist Jeff Bachner had no trouble driving onto Kingsborough Community College in Brooklyn. He parked his car and started... [Read More]
In this month's edition, CJR Editor Kyle Pope and resident management guru Jill Geisler discuss how newsrooms can improve sexual-harassment training and ensure respect for... [Read More]
The net neutrality clock is ticking down to midnight. On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission will vote on whether to roll back the neutrality protections... [Read More]
The personal essay isn't dead. It's just found new life. Earlier this year, The New Yorker's Jia Tolentino took a critical look at the once-popular... [Read More]
He's been exposed by national outlets and blasted by local editorials. He's been disavowed by prominent members of his own party and has run the... [Read More]
Dozens of laid-off and former LA Weekly staffers, freelancers, and supporters gathered outside the alt-weekly's headquarters on Sepulveda Boulevard in Culver City on a recent... [Read More]
There's one thing most every woman and man in media who has kept silent about sexual harassment has in common: nondisclosure agreements. While employers—in media... [Read More]
In the third and final installment of our series on "language conventions that so many editors and journalists are reticent to release," we have some... [Read More]
Last week began with analysis of one embarrassing correction by a major news outlet and ended with President Donald Trump on stage in Florida railing... [Read More]
Editor's note: This piece is co-published with The Guardian, which has invited a team of Dreamers to guest-edit the US edition for the next three... [Read More]
This week on The Kicker, Meg talks with Jezebel Editor in Chief Koa Beck about her plans for the feminist website, as well as the... [Read More]
When the remains of Kim Wall's body washed ashore in Denmark this summer, the anxieties and fears of female journalists were put into stark, heartbreaking... [Read More]
Lorie Hearn has built inewsource, the San Diego investigative reporting nonprofit, into a $1 million-a-year business. Although initially focusing on foundation money, she is now... [Read More]
For two years starting in 2009, Anne Galloway worked 80 to 90 hours a week reporting on the Vermont legislature, without pay, hoping she could... [Read More]