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Mediator: Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook Must Defend the Truth

Mediator: Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook Must Defend the Truth

Journalists waited in Trump Tower in New York on Nov. 11. The combination of attacks seeking to delegitimize serious news organizations and a drop in overall trust in the news media has made many
Mediator: Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook Must Defend the Truth

Mediator: Mark Zuckerberg and Facebook Must Defend the Truth

Journalists waited in Trump Tower in New York on Nov. 11. The combination of attacks seeking to delegitimize serious news organizations and a drop in overall trust in the news media has made many
Peter Binzen, Dean of Philadelphia Journalism for Half a Century, Dies at 94

Peter Binzen, Dean of Philadelphia Journalism for Half a Century, Dies at 94

Peter Binzen was the dean of Philadelphia journalism, “if there were such a thing,” said Gene Roberts, who recruited him.
Peter Binzen, Dean of Philadelphia Journalism for Half a Century, Dies at 94

Peter Binzen, Dean of Philadelphia Journalism for Half a Century, Dies at 94

Peter Binzen was the dean of Philadelphia journalism, “if there were such a thing,” said Gene Roberts, who recruited him.
Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Marjorie Kirk, editor of the University of Kentucky’s campus newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel. The paper is being sued by the university in a continuing battle over whether records in a sexual assault
Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Campus Press vs. Colleges: Kentucky Suit Highlights Free-Speech Fight

Marjorie Kirk, editor of the University of Kentucky’s campus newspaper, The Kentucky Kernel. The paper is being sued by the university in a continuing battle over whether records in a sexual assault
The Village Voice Names a New Top Editor, Again

The Village Voice Names a New Top Editor, Again

Newspaper containers for The Village Voice on a sidewalk in Manhattan in 2013.
News Media Blame Christie for Bill That Could Devastate Newspapers

News Media Blame Christie for Bill That Could Devastate Newspapers

Gov. Chris Christie. Democratic lawmakers and newspaper industry officials suspect Mr. Christie is pressing for quick passage of a bill about the publication of legal notices.
Mediator: By Attacking the Press, Donald Trump May Be Doing It a Favor

Mediator: By Attacking the Press, Donald Trump May Be Doing It a Favor

Taylor Swift performing at the Grammy Awards in February.
Mediator: Lessons From 2016 for the News Media, as the Ground Shifts

Mediator: Lessons From 2016 for the News Media, as the Ground Shifts

President-elect Donald J. Trump after meeting with families and speaking to reporters this month in the aftermath of an attack by a student at Ohio State University.
Changes Coming to White House Press Room: Who, Where, When and How

Changes Coming to White House Press Room: Who, Where, When and How

The last briefing in the White House’s James S. Brady Press Briefing Room before it underwent extensive renovations. President George W. Bush, Laura Bush and an array of former White House press
An Oklahoma Newspaper Endorsed Clinton. It Hasn’t Been Forgiven.

An Oklahoma Newspaper Endorsed Clinton. It Hasn’t Been Forgiven.

“I hope people can respect that we’re entitled to our opinion, too, and that that can be different from news,” said Rob Collins, the executive editor of The Enid News & Eagle, which in Trump
An Oklahoma Newspaper Endorsed Clinton. It Hasn’t Been Forgiven.

An Oklahoma Newspaper Endorsed Clinton. It Hasn’t Been Forgiven.

“I hope people can respect that we’re entitled to our opinion, too, and that that can be different from news,” said Rob Collins, the executive editor of The Enid News & Eagle, which in Trump
Editorial Notebook: In a Los Angeles Neighborhood, Teenagers Report the News

Editorial Notebook: In a Los Angeles Neighborhood, Teenagers Report the News

Mariachi Plaza in the Boyle Heights neighborhood of Los Angeles.
Walter E. Mattson, Former President of New York Times, Dies at 84

Walter E. Mattson, Former President of New York Times, Dies at 84

Arthur Ochs Sulzberger, left, then the publisher of The New York Times, and Walter E. Mattson, the president, in 1990.
In New Jersey, Only a Few Media Watchdogs Are Left

In New Jersey, Only a Few Media Watchdogs Are Left

Montclair State University’s Center for Cooperative Media convened a panel in December called “Life After the Newsroom,” which attracted a few dozen laid-off or underemployed journalists.
One Backlash Spawns Another for Oklahoma Paper That Backed Clinton

One Backlash Spawns Another for Oklahoma Paper That Backed Clinton

The town square in Enid, Okla., where The Enid News & Eagle has both lost and gained subscribers for endorsing Hillary Clinton.
This Wall Street Journal Comment Section Offers A Rare Peek Into The World Of Whites

This Wall Street Journal Comment Section Offers A Rare Peek Into The World Of Whites

The media often makes reference to White America and its mysterious attitudes. But where can you gain access to this closed group? You must journey deep, deep into the rabbit hole. Read more...