NPR's Scott Simon remembers comedy writer Anne Beatts, who died this week at the age of 74. She worked in male-dominated writers' rooms at Saturday Night Live and National Lampoon magazine.
The Spokesman-Recorder was founded on the mission of telling stories from the Black perspective in Minnesota. Now its small team of journalists have taken on covering the Derek Chauvin trial.
Meera Devi is on a mission to get her community heard — and facing discrimination and death threats in her work . She's featured in a new award-winning documentary, Writing With Fire.
Referring to animals as "she" or "he" or "they," rather than "it," may more accurately reflect their importance. Dr. Jane Goodall and others are urging AP Stylebook editors to change their guidance.
Many media outlets feel they need to be on Facebook to reach people. So why did New Zealand's biggest news publisher decide to go it alone?
A group of documentarians have signed a letter to PBS expressing concerns that white stars like Ken Burns get too much airtime and resources, while filmmakers of color struggle to build careers.
"Fox sold a false story of election fraud in order to serve its own commercial purposes, severely injuring Dominion in the process," the voting machine company's lawsuit said.
Last March, New York was an epicenter of the coronavirus outbreak, and testing was hard to come by. New York law prohibits officials from using their positions to secure privileges or exemptions.
The facility being toured by White House officials and lawmakers is not one of the warehouse-like border facilities for adults, where hundreds of minors have been held longer than allowed by law.
The NFL has signed new long-term broadcast rights agreements with multiple media partners valued at more than $110 billion over 11 years. The new agreements will start with the 2023 season.
The Boston Globe and Boston University Center for Antiracist Research are launching The Emancipator, a news platform named after a 19th century abolitionist newspaper and dedicated to racial justice.
The three-year deal came weeks after Facebook briefly blocked Australian news outlets' content on its platform to protest a change in the country's media law requiring the company to pay for it.
When they're not lighthearted movie star cameos, the digital doppelgängers have scary disinformation potential. A deepfakes researcher hopes our wariness keeps up with the tech's quickening advances.
After the shooting at the Capital Gazette newspaper, the surviving staff resolve to rebuild their paper.
"Next time you make that perfect playlist on Spotify or send a link to share a song, you can thank Lou Ottens," documentary filmmaker Zack Taylor told NPR.