Last month the U.S. Senate unanimously adopted a resolution that proclaimed: “The press is not the enemy of the state,” despite our current president’s continuous attempts to instill fear of the press.
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La Verne journalism students and recent graduates were awarded seven times over in the Society of Professional Journalist’s Mark of Excellence competition, with awards announced Saturday in Los Angeles.
Reporters and editors of online publications DNAInfo and Gothamist recently unionized in light of one publication buying out the other.
In a Trump era marked by a war against the press and a real threat of misinformation muddying the media landscape, millennials are subscribing to print and online editions of reputable newspapers and magazine in record numbers – supporting and preserving quality journalism. Even when tons of free information is available online, many millennials are […]
Kay Murray’s extensive record as a soccer journalist in three different countries speaks for itself. The host of beIN Sports’ “The Express Xtra,” born in Middlesbrough, England, was an anchor at Spanish club Real Madrid’s TV for six years and co-hosted the Ballon d’Or 2011 and 2012 ceremonies.
A panel presented “Fighting Fake News: Global Media Literacy for the 21st Century” Wednesday night to a crowd of nearly 50 in an aim to influence critical media literacy in every day media viewing.
The way we consume news is changing, and in many ways has become uniform with the way we consume media in general.
NBC Connecticut anchor and reporter Keisha Grant recounted personal experiences and gave advice to communications students Friday in the Arts and Communications Building.
NPR’s “Latino USA” host Maria Hinojosa discussed the struggle of being a Latina journalist and what the role of journalism should be in the United States Tuesday in the Garrison Theater at Scripps College.
The Dakota Access pipeline project crossing through ancestral Native American land has been an ongoing issue since April. But it has not been until now that it is gaining the media’s attention, probably because it deals with a minority group that has consistently been neglected, and thus taken advantage of, throughout history.