#Journalism

Politics | Politics

Missing Charles Krauthammer

A posthumous collection edited by his son Daniel clarifies the great columnist's legacy to American, and to Jewish, discourse.

Politics | Politics

The Spygate Leakers Aren't Whistleblowers, They're Criminals

Commentary To expose how former President Lyndon Johnson's administration had been lying to both Congress and the U.S. ...

Politics | POLITICS

Political bias is destroying people’s faith in journalism by Lara Logan

Lara Logan, former correspondent for “60 Minutes,” caused a stir last week when, on a podcast called “Mike Drop,” she said that too many in the...

Politics | Politics

Two Days After Telling Americans to Check All Sides of a Story, CBS Dumps Lara Logan

Only two days after veteran news woman Lara Logan told audiences to check with both liberal and conservative news, CBS said that Logan has been fired.

Politics | Politics

WATCH: CBS' Lara Logan Calls Out Media For Propaganda-Like Coverage: 'This Interview Is Professional Suicide For Me'

Emmy Award-winning journalist Lara Logan talked about the mainstream media’s left-wing bias in a podcast called “Mike Drop,” hosted by retired Navy SEAL Mike Ritland.

Politics | Media Bias

Why Does the MSM Keep Falling for Obvious Hoaxes?

Could it be "magical thinking," confirmation bias, malice, or just plain stupidity?

News | News

The Paid-Propaganda-as-News Scam

Commentary One of the biggest dirty secrets of the DNC Media Complex is that, for some time now, ...

News | Interesting Links

Jamal Khashoggi: What the Arab world needs most is free expression - The Washington Post

The Arab world needs a modern version of the old transnational media so citizens can be informed about global events.

News | News

Bill O'Reilly: Bill's Weekly Column - General Kelly vs. the Phantoms

Protecting sources who disseminate false information is against the rules of journalism.  Printing and broadcasting erroneous information is a betrayal of the public trust. 

Politics | Politics

Intellectual Giant Charles Krauthammer dies at the age of 68

Longtime Fox News commentator said in early June that he had "only a few weeks left to live" after a battle with cancer.

Politics | POLITICS

Joy Reid, Ben Rhodes, and the ‘Post-Truth’ MSNBC

On the network’s employment of Joy-Ann Reid, Ben Rhodes, and other champions of truth.

Psychology | Psychology & Psychological Research

The 2016 Election and the Demise of Journalistic Standards - Imprimis

Last year’s election gave us the revelation that most of what you read, watch, and listen to is distorted by intentional bias and hostility.

Politics | Other Politics

Down the Breitbart Hole - The New York Times

Steve Bannon once said it was the platform for the alt-right. Its current editors disagree. Is the incendiary media company at the nerve center of Donald Trump’s America simply provocative — or dangerous?

Politics | Politics

The Media Bubble is Real — And Worse Than You Think - POLITICO Magazine

We crunched the data on where journalists work and how fast it’s changing. The results should worry you.

Politics | POLITICS

Mary Katharine Ham Is Not Here to Entertain You | Washingtonian

On February 6, 2016, Mary Katharine Ham settled into her moderator’s chair alongside David Muir and Martha Raddatz at the ABC Republican debate in Manchest

Science & Technology | Virtual Reality

CNN launches dedicated virtual reality journalism unit

CNN is making a grand entrance into the immersive medium of VR with a new effort called CNNVR. Trump's favorite news source is launching the VR unit to..

Politics | Other Politics

Trump called the press ‘the enemy.’ Reince Priebus says he meant it. - The Washington Post

Priebus echoed his boss's criticisms, dismissing recent media stories as “stupidity” and blasting the use of anonymous sources.

News | News

In a first, Wikipedia has deemed the Daily Mail too “unreliable” to be used as a citation

"The Mail should be on the citation blacklist. There's no area of news where it is actually reliable."

Politics | PC Culture

CNN’s Jim Acosta: WH List on Underreported Terror Attacks Is a ‘Head-Scratcher’

CNN's Jim Acosta tonight said he had been given a list by the White House to back up President Trump's claims on underreported terrorist attacks.

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

Why Local News Anchors All Have the Same Look - Racked

The faces on your TV may have been surgically altered for a distraction-free experience.

Miscellaneous | Social Media

Mobile is driving the transformation of visual journalism – Global Editors Network

Social media ushered in a new era in visual journalism. Audiences were turning to new platforms to find news so formats had to adapt.

Miscellaneous | Social Media

Introducing: The Facebook Journalism Project | Facebook Media

By Fidji Simo, Director of Product Facebook is a new kind of platform and we want to do our part to enable people to have meaningful conversations, to be informed and to be connected to each other. We know that...

Politics | Politics

If The Media Treated Trump Like Other Candidates, Yesterday Would Have Ended His Campaign

Pretend Hillary Clinton had a day like Trump did. Now think about how the press would cover it.

Politics | POLITICS

Insults, threats and more insults: What it’s like to be a reporter covering Trump

Reporters, particularly the female kind, get a daily lashing from the billionaire candidate.

Science & Technology | Social Media

Social media buying media companies: How Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat plan to take over online news.

This post originally appeared on Business Insider. In late November, Twitter CFO Anthony Noto accidentally sent a public tweet he'd rather have kept private. "I still think we should buy them," his tweet, which has since been deleted, read. &q

News | The News

Brian Williams Suspended Six Months in Wake of Review - NBC News.com

NBC News is suspending managing editor and Nightly News anchor Brian Williams for six months, without pay, in the wake of an internal review of comments abou...

News | The News

Another Williams Chopper Tale! NBC Anchor Claims Hezbollah Rockets Buzzed His Helicopter During Israel War - Breitbart

Completely separate from the 2003 Iraq helicopter incident Brian Williams confessed to lying about this week, thanks to a Twitter user who alerted Ace Of Spades, we now have a 2007 video of Williams claiming he was involved in a hairy wartime incident inv

News | The News

NBC executives were warned a year ago that Brian Williams was constantly inflating his biography - NYTimes.com

Did Brian Williams embellish to be seen as Indiana Jones, part scholar and part adventurer?

News | News

Brian Williams Stepping Away From 'NBC Nightly News' Amid Scandal

Brian Williams is stepping away from NBC Nightly News for a number of days.

Politics | Interesting Links

The Worst of Brian Williams: Marking His 10 Years as Anchor of NBC Nightly News

Brian Williams marks ten years as anchor of NBC Nightly News on December 2 and it’s been a decade full of absurdly softball interviews with Barack Obama and trashing of Republicans and Tea Partiers. 

News | The News

Brian Williams admits that his story of coming under fire while in Iraq was false

Williams had claimed that he was aboard a helicopter that was hit by enemy fire and forced down during the 2003 invasion.

Politics | Interesting Links

Truth Hurts? NY Times Admits Fox's Megyn Kelly Is a 'Breakthrough Artist'

Sunday’s New York Times Magazine includes a generally favorable story on "The Megyn Kelly Moment" by Times reporter Jim Rutenberg (once a media-beat specialist). Rutenberg acknowledged how throroughly Kelly dominates her time slot and is battl

Politics | Media Bias

FBN’s Melissa Francis: ‘I Was Silenced’ When at CNBC for Criticizing ObamaCare

During her Fox Business Network (FBN) show on Friday afternoon, Melissa Francis told viewers that she “was silenced” by executives at CNBC when worked there after she criticized ObamaCare on-air and told viewers that the “math of ObamaCare simply

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

How Did Megyn Kelly Get to Be So Successful?

The anchor of Fox News Channel's The Kelly File shares what it took for her to get to the top. Want to hear more from her in person? She'll be at Cosmo's Fun Fearless Life Weekend. Buy your tickets at FunFearlessLife.com.

News | NEWS

Two Similar Terror Attacks on Same Day: Networks Choose to Report Only One and Here’s Why

Two terror attacks occurred Oct. 22. Both resulted in multiple casualties, and in each case, one innocent was killed. Both were the work of young Islamic men. But, while the network opened up their evening news broadcasts with one of the incidents, they

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

NOTE to Diane Sawyer: "thank you for doing so much for women" | Gretawire

Diane Sawyer has now left the ABC News anchor desk and I want to tip my hat to her and thank her. She has done so much for women by being a great example.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Why I Decided War Reporting Was No Longer Worth the Risk

"This wasn’t my country, it wasn’t my war, and now I would die for it in a horrible way."

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

10 Early Late Night TV Interviews You’d Never See Today

Late night hosts occasionally took on hard news and featured interviews with the serious intelligentsia of the day. We’ve rounded up 10 of the most interesting early late night interviews where the hosts serve more as cultural curators than comedians.

News | The News

A closer look: How many Newtown-like school shootings since Sandy Hook? 74 or....15?

CNN examines the claim by Everytown for Gun Safety that there have been 74 school shootings since Newtown.

Politics | Interesting Links

Sharyl Attkisson on Journalism's Very Dangerous Trend

Sharyl Attkisson, an award-winning investigative reporter who resigned from CBS News this year, says the news media are heading down a dangerous path.