I Came As a Journalist to Ask Important Questions - Sam Husseini (The Nation)
How Is This Shit Legal - Albert Burneko (Deadspin)
Here's Why the Sinclair Deal May Be Too Slimy for Ajit Pai's FCC - Rhett Jones (Gizmodo)
Fining Facebook Isn’t Enough – We Need Total Media Reform - Mathew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton (Red Pepper)
The New Gatekeepers of Silicon Valley Are Getting Played by Conservatives - Max Read (New York)
After WNYC, Leonard Lopate’s Return to WBAI Is Met With Protest - Karen K. Ho and Alexandria Neason (Columbia Journalism Review)
California Can Pioneer Local Community Oversight of Police Surveillance - Shahid Buttar (Electronic Frontier Foundation)
I Came As a Journalist to Ask Important Questions
By Sam Husseini
July 17, 2018
If I hadn’t been forcibly ejected from the Trump-Putin press conference, here’s what I would have asked.
How Is This Shit Legal
By Albert Burneko
July 23, 2018
Today, Tronc gutted the New York Daily News, laying off at least half of its editorial staff to cut costs.
Here's Why the Sinclair Deal May Be Too Slimy for Ajit Pai's FCC
By Rhett Jones
July 19, 2018
Sinclair tried to skirt regulation with a loophole and have stations available in 72 percent of American households.
Fining Facebook Isn’t Enough – We Need Total Media Reform
By Mathew Lawrence and Laurie Laybourn-Langton
July 12, 2018
We can either realize a world where technology serves the many, or settle for one in which data oligarchs rule unchecked.
The New Gatekeepers of Silicon Valley Are Getting Played by Conservatives
By Max Read
June 27, 2018
Despite talk about the purportedly liberal beliefs of Silicon Valley, its outcomes are manifestly conservative
After WNYC, Leonard Lopate’s Return to WBAI Is Met With Protest
By Karen K. Ho and Alexandria Neason
Columbia Journalism Review
Lopate is just one of the many men accused as part of the #MeToo movement who are now beginning to appeal to the media community and the public for a second chance.
California Can Pioneer Local Community Oversight of Police Surveillance
By Shahid Buttar
July 20, 2018
Electronic Frontier Foundation
Executive secrecy can extend from Washington all the way down to the local level.
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