The proposed merger threatens competition and innovation.
One of the deficit’s biggest causes–George W. Bush’s tax cuts–deserves more attention.
Newspapers, magazines, TV, and even radio are all battling the wolf at the door.
Many of America’s prominent commentators ran on fumes when they opined about oil.
A guidance counselor cast me rudderless on the uncharted waters of higher education, where I drifted into journalism.
You are invited to a talk with award-winning Venezuelan journalist Ernesto Villegas Poljak as he discusses his new book, Abril Golpe Adentro (Inside the April Coup). Mr. Poljak is currently the Editor-in-Chief of the daily newspaper Ciudad Caracas and has also written for El Nuevo Pais, Economia Hoy, El Universal, Ultimas Noticias, and others. Mr. Poljak will discuss the state of news media in Venezuela today and give first hand account of the role played by private news outlets during the April 2002 coup d’etat in Venezuela.
Scores of pundits appearing on television news are actually paid corporate lobbyists and public relations pros.
At this point, the scientific consensus is so overwhelming that journalists need to assert it as a fact.
A coup is a coup only after Washington defines it as such.
For nearly half a century the U.S. media have systematically misreported the Cuban Revolution.
A review of Brand New China: Advertising, Media, and Commercial Culture by Jing Wang.
Roumen Yanovski from ACCESS, Sofia, Bulgaria, compares the fates of both ethnic Turks and Roma in Bulgaria, posing questions on national identity, social reform, present day media, and history.
The Bush administration is looking for signs of hope in Iraq. But it’s coming up against the reality of resistance.
Bush’s promises of freedom in Iraq hasn’t applied to journalists in Iraq or in the United States.