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Editorial: Local news is dying, and that has repercussions

Local news organizations have become a dying breed, and many do not realize the impact that this has on their lives, but there is still time to save it.

Bill would benefit journalism industry

The California Journalism Preservation Act, Assembly Bill 886, introduced Feb. 14 by Assemblymember Buffy Wicks, D-Oakland, would require digital advertising companies like Facebook and Google to pay publishers a “journalism usage fee” each time they use local news content alongside advertising.

Sheriff tries to silence journalists

After the Los Angeles Times published an article about a cover up of violence by Los Angeles County sheriff’s deputies, Los Angeles County Sheriff Alex Villanueva insinuated that the author of the article should be subject to an investigation into the leaked footage.

There is no room for bias in war reporting

The media has no place for bias or harmful language, but the Ukraine-Russian war has highlighted instances of just that, with racist comments made by news reporters.

Media loves missing white women

The media needs to start recognizing more missing cases involving women of color. When a young white woman goes missing, the media goes into a frenzy. But it takes people on social media to bring attention to other cases that have been neglected or forgotten.

Journalism alumna gets real in the New York Times, Cosmo and more

Emily J. Sullivan, Class of 2020 journalism alumna and mother of the world’s most bubbly twins, has been making a name for herself in the world of journalism, with bylines in publications including The New York Times, Cosmopolitan, Los Angeles, The Hollywood Reporter, and more.

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